7/8 Throughout the 1820s, Schubert's status as a composer had been steadily rising but his friends worried as his increasingly erratic behaviour began to threaten his reputation. Presented by Donald Macleod.
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Die Junge Nonne D.828
Performer: Stanley HOOGLAND - Piano
Winterreise - song-cycle D.911
Performer: Alfred BRENDEL - Piano
Performer: Matthias GORNE - Baritone
Fantasie in F minor D.940 for piano duet
Performer: Anne QUEFFELEC - Piano
Performer: Imogen COOPER - Piano
4 Gesange aus Wilhelm Meister D.877
Performer: John BLAKELY - Piano
Performer: Kathleen LIVINGSTONE - Soprano
Performer: Neil MACKIE - Tenor
Performer: Elisabeth SODERSTROM - Soprano
Performer: Paul BADURA-SKODA - Piano
Lebensmut (O wie dringt das junge Leben) D.883
Performer: Graham JOHNSON - Piano
Performer: Peter SCHREIER - Tenor
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