The Schubert Lab - Episode 4: Part 3
Tom Service presents the final part of the fourth episode of The Schubert Lab, where he aims to get to the bottom of the man and his music.
With the help of romantic essayist Corinna Russell and Austrian composer Thomas Larcher, Tom Service tries to answer today's question: Schubert makes the piano represent the outdoors as well as any painting of the period. How does he do it?
Available since: Tue 27 Mar 2012
This clip is from
In Tune In Tune Schubert Salon, Graham Johnson, Geraldine McGreevy, Dominik Koniger, Mishka Rushdie Momen
Suzy Klein presents music from pianist Graham Johnson with soprano Geraldine McGreevy.
First broadcast: 27 Mar 2012
Tom Service presents The Schubert Lab. Getting to the bottom of The Spirit of Schubert.
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