Wanderer-Fantasy, For Piano And Orchestra.
Composed By – Schubert Piano – Alfred Brendel. Liner Notes – Alfred Brendel.
1-4 3. Schubert/Liszt: Wanderer Fantasy in C Major for Piano & Orchestra. 42 Symphony Orchestra of Southwest German Radio Baden-Baden Michael Gielen 2. Prokofieff: Piano Concerto No. 5 in G Major, Op. 55 Vienna State Opera Orchestra Jonathan Sternberg Recorded 1955 & 1957. Download from free file storage.
The Fantasie in C major, Op. 15 (D. 760), popularly known as the Wanderer Fantasy, is a four-movement fantasy for solo piano composed by Franz Schubert in 1822. It is widely considered Schubert's most technically demanding composition for the piano. Schubert himself said "the devil may play it," in reference to his own inability to do so properly. Schubert composed this work in late 1822, just after breaking off work on the Unfinished Symphony while sketching its incomplete scherzo
Schubert-Liszt Wanderer Fantasy. Alfred Brendel, Michael Gielen, The Vienna Volksoper Orchestra, Ференц Лист, Франц Шуберт - Wanderer Fantasy For Piano And Orchestra 22:11. Alfred Brendel, Michael Gielen, The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Ференц Лист - Totentanz For Piano And Orchestra 17:10. Alfred Brendel, Ференц Лист - Czardas Macabre For Piano Solo 06:58.
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Wanderer Fantasy, Piano. has been added to your Cart. Among the most admired performances are those of Sviatoslav Richter and Alfred Brendel. Richter's is notable for its energetic drive, and Brendel's for bringing out melodic lines. Kissin's performance contains a good measure of each of these qualities and, in my opinion, is the equal of these two great performers. Liszt arranged several Schubert songs for piano alone, with more elaborate settings than Schubert originally used, four of which are heard here. It's praiseworthy that Kissin's performances of these heartfelt pieces are good at emphasizing the basic melodic structure and keeping Liszt's added frills in the background. These are delightful renditions of some of Schubert's best songs. Brahms composed and published his Fantasies for piano, Opus 116, in 1892.
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|PL 11.610||Schubert* - Liszt* / Alfred Brendel / M. Gielen* / Volksopernorchester*||Schubert* - Liszt* / Alfred Brendel / M. Gielen* / Volksopernorchester* - Wanderer-Fantasy, For Piano / Wanderer-Fantasy, For Piano And Orchestra (LP)||VOX||PL 11.610||France||1959|
|ST/PL 511.610, STPL 511.610||Schubert* / Liszt* - Alfred Brendel, M. Gielen*, Volksopernorchester*||Schubert* / Liszt* - Alfred Brendel, M. Gielen*, Volksopernorchester* - Wanderer-Fantasy, For Piano / Wanderer-Fantasy, For Piano And Orchestra (LP)||VOX , VOX||ST/PL 511.610, STPL 511.610||France||1959|
|VOX 36007||Schubert* / Schubert* - Liszt* - Alfred Brendel, Orchestre Du Volksoper De Vienne*, Michael Gielen||Schubert* / Schubert* - Liszt* - Alfred Brendel, Orchestre Du Volksoper De Vienne*, Michael Gielen - Wanderer-Fantaisie (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Candide||VOX 36007||France||1972|