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- Eine Werkeinführung in englischer Sprache mit einem 120-seitigen Booklet. Autor & Sprecher: Jeremy Siepmann
- Künstler: Jando, Toth, Kodaly Quartett
- Label: Naxos, DDD, 01
- Bestellnummer: 6207701
- Erscheinungstermin: 14.10.2002
Disk 1 von 2
- 1 Introduction, origins
- 2 Imagery, analogy and the shape of the things to come; the opening flourish
- 3 The unusual presence of the double-bass
- 4 A palette of tone colours and the emergence of a theme
- 5 Trouble getting off the ground, but the key is not in doubt.
- 6 Jumping in queue: Schubert takes a lesson from Mozart.
- 7 Mozart demonstrates a traditional transition.
- 8 Destinarion clarified
- 9 Mozart confirms our arrival.
- 10 A Schubertian shocker from a later work
- 11 Rejoining the "Trout"; with a reminder
- 12 The piano joins the strings with yet a third variant of the theme.
- 13 A rhythmic motto: The "triplet motif"
- 14 We get it here.
- 15 We get it there.
- 16 We find it everywhere, even in the double-bass.
- 17 The strings' answer to the piano's opening flourish
- 18 The two-part structure of the "answering motif"...
- 19 ... but scarcerely ever the same way twice
- 20 The piano and strings now share the material for the first time.
- 21 Conversation as the first principle of chamber music
- 22 Opening (indrocutory) section heard complete
- 23 The violin and double-bass in partnership
- 24 The violin and piano swap roles.
- 25 Transition to second main theme; triplets now everywhere
- 26 On the threshold of the new theme
- 27 Second main theme (a "love duet"), shared by cello and viola
- 28 The abandonment of octaves in the piano changes the tone colour.
- 29 A surprising change of tone and a premonition
- 30 A return to lyricism, but the cello jumps the gun
- 31 A buoyant, skipping new theme is given to the solo piano.
- 32 Re-entry of the strings as the violin takes up the new theme
- 33 A transitional theme, and another Schubertian key-jump
- 34 We sense the imminent arrival of the closing theme.
- 35 A sudden, hushed key-change introduces part two of the closing theme.
- 36 The exposition comes to an end.
- 37 Cue to complete exposition
- 38 Music: Exposition complete
- 39 Introduction to the development; the genetic code of "key"
- 40 The contrasting aural properties of piano and violin
- 41 The ponderous double-bass is deatured in the first main theme
- 42 The strings are liberated from servitude, but are a long way from home.
- 43 A joyful conversation and a change of pace in the piano
- 44 The piano takes the melodic lead again.
- 45 A conversation between violin and piano leads to the exposition
- 46 ... But Schubert gets it "wrong".
- 47 Music: First movement (Complete)
- 48 Introduction to second movement
- 49 The violin now takes theme one.
- 50 The piano regains the theme.
- 51 The violin and piano round off first section with the new "closing" theme.
- 52 A major change of tone: A passing cloud and a dark new key
- 53 The piano abandons its octaves, but not its triplets, in the new "Hungarian" theme.
- 54 The Sun returns with a new theme, in two contrasting parts.
- 55 An evaporating dialogue between violin and piano
- 56 A major mood change as twilight falls
- 57 Cue to whole movement
- 58 Music: Second movement (Complete)
Disk 2 von 2
- 1 Introduction to the Scherzo - and a clear four-bar phrase...
- 2 ... "Answered" by two two-bar phrases
- 3 A disconcerting "echo"
- 4 Expectation, frustration and surprise
- 5 The phrase lenght expands from nine to fourteen bars
- 6 The beginning of the second half...
- 7 ... Or should it go from g minor to D major?
- 8 Doubts are sown as the tonality becomes elusive.
- 9 A varied reprise of part one, and the end of the Scherzo proper
- 10 A conversational start to the Trio section
- 11 Another Schubertian phrase extension
- 12 Two overlapping phrases add up to a single theme.
- 13 The piano adds a third phrase to the overlap.
- 14 The overlaps continue as the key drifts downwards.
- 15 Another Schubertian key-jump, now to B flat
- 16 A dramatic transformation of mood
- 17 Awakening from a dream: The main theme's return
- 18 Cue to complete Scherzo
- 19 Music: Third movement (Complete)
- 20 Enter the trout, at last; a meeting with the original
- 21 Music: "Die Forelle"
- 22 Back to the Quintet: The strings, headed by the violin, introduce the theme.
- 23 The first variation
- 24 The second variation
- 25 The third variation
- 26 The fourth variation, part one
- 27 The fourth variation, part two
- 28 The fifth variation
- 29 The final variation, part one: Violin and piano alone introduce the theme.
- 30 The final variation, part two: The cello takes the tune.
- 31 The final variation, part three: Piano and violin return as a duo...
- 32 The final variation, part four: ... As do the viola and cello.
- 33 The final variation, part five: The entire ensemble is reunited.
- 34 Music: Fourth movement (Complete)
- 35 Introduction to the finale: Schubert as wizard of repetition
- 36 Easily overlooked: The accompaniment from cello and double-bass
- 37 Contrasts of timbre and register
- 38 A repetition, and yet not a repetition
- 39 A journey begun; the phenomenon of musical gravity
- 40 The journey completed
- 41 The source of musical gravity
- 42 Music: Saint-Saëns - The Carnival of the Animals "The Pianists"
- 43 A scale of shifting tensions
- 44 Music: Beethoven, Symphony No. 1 (Finale)
- 45 Back to Schubert
- 46 The piano embellishes a scalewise descent.
- 47 A retrospective moment
- 48 Repetition more apparent than real
- 49 A taste of phrase rhythm
- 50 Shifting patterns of accentuation
- 51 The section reviewed
- 52 An increasingly sophisticated texture as parts interact
- 53 More phrase rhythm
- 54 A repetition from the strings...
- 55 ... And an answer from the piano
- 56 In transition to the secondary key
- 57 The origin of the second theme
- 58 The second main theme
- 59 The closing section begins, with a question answered.
- 60 The question repeated, a slightly different answer
- 61 First theme of closing section reviewed
- 62 Remembrance of things past
- 63 The piano and strings argue over the harmony.
- 64 Emergence of the final theme
- 65 An unecpected thunderstorm
- 66 The sound of silence
- 67 Cue to complete finale
- 68 Music: Finale (Complete)
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