Franz Schubert (31 January 1797 – 19 November 1828)Alfred Brendel * 5 January 1931
Lovely. A friend who is a pianist tells me that they are very challenging to play though.
Your friend is right, Sue. I prefer to listen, anyway. ;-)
That must be a flawless rendition of the B flat major sonata. Strong technique and lots of drop and roll, loved it. Schubert is my favourite Composer. Lovely post.
Glad you enjoyed, Mark.After you had mentioned it last Sunday, I tried to find Schubert's Piano sonata in B minor to post it this weekend for you, did not find it, but stumbled upon the great Alfred Brendel.And if you click on the label 'Franz Schubert' you will find two more pieces.
Yes just popped over. That Impromptu always makes me think of swirling Autumn leaves, wonderfully played - she is in the music! The section from Winteriese was equally evocative, bleak and beautiful.