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Work: Fantasia in C major "Wanderer Fantasy", D.760

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ComposerSchubert, Franz (1797-1828)
PeriodRomantic
Year1822
Work typeInstrumental
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OxfordGeorge Li Piano Recital

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AmsterdamMaster Pianists Series: Alexander Melnikov

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MadridSeong-Jin Cho: piano

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LondonKirill Gerstein

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Gerstein emphasizes the importance of flexible minds, not only fingers

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In his Zankel Hall recital, Gerstein underlined with purposeful clarity the fecundating power of just a few thematic ideas.
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Louis Lortie shines in uneven program of Schubert and Mahler

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Louis Lortie amazes in the Schubert-Liszt Wanderer Fantasy, while The Philadelphia Orchestra under Nézet-Séguin struggles but ultimately triumphs with Mahler's Fifth.
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Seong-Jin Cho brings his remarkable tonal abilities to Carnegie Hall

Seong-Jin Cho at Carnegie Hall in 2017 © Julien Jourdes
Seong-Jin Cho's mixture of virtuosic and poetic dispositions, of fierce and restraint temperaments were constantly present during the entire recital.
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Leonskaja's Schubert thrills the Pierre Boulez Saal

Elisabeth Leonskaja © Julia Wesely
A pair of A minor sonatas demonstrate the composer's evolution over his lifetime; the Wanderer Fantasy shows the pianist's mastery of phrasing.
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Prom 14: Storgårds and the BBC Philharmonic go for contrasts

John Storgårds © Marco Borggreve
Contrasts are fine but they don’t always work: in a programme with a strongly Germanic flavour John Storgårds and the BBC Philharmonic stretch the boundaries.
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