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SCHUBERT: 16 German Dances, D. 783 / 17 Landler, D. 366 / 12 Wiener Deutsche, D. 128 / 12 Landler, D. 790 (Bordoni)

SCHUBERT: 16 German Dances, D. 783 / 17 Landler, D. 366 / 12 Wiener Deutsche, D. 128 / 12 Landler, D. 790 (Bordoni)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Paolo Bordoni

Soloist

Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 59:03
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SCHUBERT: 16 German Dances, D. 783 / 17 Landler, D. 366 / 12 Wiener Deutsche, D. 128 / 12 Landler, D. 790 (Bordoni)

     
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FRANZ SCHUBERT

     
1 

16 German Dances and 2 Ecossaises, Op. 33, D. 783

11:20
     
2 

Galop and 8 Ecossaises, D. 735

1:27
     
3 

17 Landler, D. 366

11:53
     
4 

Minuet in C sharp minor, D. 600

2:10
     
5 

12 Ecossaises, D. 781

4:38
     
6 

12 Viennese German Dances, D. 128

11:09
     
7 

Variation in C minor on a Waltz by Diabelli, D. 718

1:16
     
8 

12 German Dances (Landler), Op. 171, D. 790

10:54
     
9 

2 Scherzos, D. 593

4:16
     
 Paolo Bordoni Soloist


The week of 14 to 21 October 2002 in Basel was completely devoted to Franz Schubert. Precisely because there was no special anniversary, no commemoration of birth or death, we wanted to approach Schubert’s œuvre and its transmission more objectively than usual for once. We have long known that in most traditional performances, Schubert’s symphonies are taken at half (!) the tempo, which results in ’infernal’ lengths that constantly impair the ’heavenly’ proportions of the works. Who could provide a better approach to the Schubert phenomenon than the masters of jazz music, who are unbiased, unfettered by the ballast of rock-hard traditions, and possess an unbroken creative energy? (Dick de Graaf)
 
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