SCHUBERT Franz - Klaviersonate A-Dur D 959, E-Dur D 157 (G. Oppitz)
With exception of Beethoven, there was probably no greater composer for the piano in the Germanic tradition than Franz Schubert. The expressive scope and mastery of form is evident everywhere - from the smaller works and Impromptus and Its expression strength is undisputed, both in the smaller works and the Impromptus and Moments Musicaux to the might, late Sonatas. And it is only logical that Gerhard Oppitz tackle the Schubert Oeuvre following his acclaimed cycle of the complete Beethoven Sonatas.
Gerhard Oppitz is not only the premiere German pianist of his generation, but has devoted his life to the study and stylistic perfection in performing the works of Beethoven and Schubert.
01 Klaviersonate A-Dur Allegro
02 Klaviersonate A-Dur Andantino
03 Klaviersonate A-Dur Scherzo. Allegro vivace
04 Klaviersonate A-Dur Rondo. Allegretto
05 Klaviersonate E-Dur Allegro ma non troppo
06 Klaviersonate E-Dur Andante
07 Klaviersonate E-Dur Menuett. Allegro vivace