Album · 2011 · 21 Songs.
Friedrich Wührer (born June 29, 1900, in Vienna; died December 27, 1975, in Mannheim) was an Austrian-German pianist and piano pedagogue
Schubert, Friedrich Wuehrer – Piano Sonatas (Complete) Volume 3. Label: Vox (6) – svbx 5011. Format: Box Set 3 Vinyl, LP, Album.
1. Piano Sonata in A major Opus 120 - Allegro Moderato. 2. Piano Sonata in A major Opus 120 - Andante. 3. Piano Sonata in A major Opus 120 - Allegro.
Franz Schubert's Piano Sonata in C major D. 840, nicknamed Reliquie upon its first publication in 1861 in the mistaken belief that it had been Schubert's last work, was written in April 1825, whilst the composer was also working on the A minor sonata, D. 845 in tandem. Schubert abandoned the C major sonata, and only the first two movements were fully completed, with the trio section of the third movement also written in full.
Schubert composed his last three piano sonatas in the summer of 1828, a year that also saw the composition of the Fantasia in F-minor for four hands, the String Quintet in C, the Mass in E-flat, and in his final days a sketch of a symphony in D. Schubert's health was failing from a long battle with syphilis; that he. was able to produce these masterpieces in his final year is nothing short of miraculous. One wonders what other masterpieces he would have composed had he been given more years to live. These piano sonatas, D958, D959, and D960, were long neglected as being inferior to those.
BPM Profile Piano Sonatas Complete, Vol. Album starts at 126BPM, ends at BPM (-126), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Franz Schubert. Symphonies Nos. 1, 3 & 4.
Franz Schubert: Piano sonatas, volume II Piano solo G. Henle. Piano Sonatas - Volume II (Piano Solo). By Franz Schubert (1797-1828). Early and Unfinished Sonatas.
Alexander Scriabin "Piano Concerto" Friedrich Wührer. Friedrich Wührer plays Schubert Sonata in B flat D 960 (2/3). Wührer began piano study at age six with an Austrian teacher named Marius Szudelsky; after entering the Vienna Academy in 1915, Wührer continued studying piano with Franz Schmidt, along with taking courses in conducting under Ferdinand Löwe and music theory under Joseph Marx. His performing career began in the early 1920s, and he toured Europe and the United States in 1923. In recent years, some of Wührer's.
|Sonata No. 1 In E Major||16:34|
|A1||Allegro Ma Non Troppo||4:43|
|A3||Menuetto - Allegro Vivace||4:11|
|Sonata No. 3 In E Major||26:53|
|B2||Scherzo - Allegro||4:32|
|B4||Scherzo Con Trio - Allegro (Trio: Piu Tardo)||3:24|
|Sonata No. 6 In E Major||15:51|
|C3||Scherzo - Allegro Vivace||4:01|
|Sonata No. 11 In F Minor||18:47|
|D2||Scherzo - Allegretto||3:58|
|Sonata No. 15 In C Major "Reliquie" (Begining)||24:50|
|E3||Menuetto - Allegretto||5:51|
|Sonata No. 15 In C Major (Conclusion)|
|F1||Rondo - Allegro||8:56|
|Sonata No. 5 In A Flat Major|
- Composed By – Franz Schubert
- Piano – Friedrich Wuehrer*
|none||Schubert*, Friedrich Wührer||Schubert*, Friedrich Wührer - Complete Piano Sonatas, Volume 3 (21xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||BNF Collection||none||France||2014|