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Winston Choï - Schubert Impromptus Opus 90 album

Winston Choï - Schubert Impromptus Opus 90 album
  • Performer Winston Choï
  • Title Schubert Impromptus Opus 90
  • Date of release 2018
  • Other formats VQF TTA AA RA MIDI AUD MPC
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1393 mb
  • Size FLAC 1101 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 531

Schubert Impromptus 1-4, Opus 90 by Winston Choi. This is a charming piece performed well by a talented pianist. The Pure DSD sound is excellent. On a good system, Choi is in the room with you. Strongly recommended! Schubert Impromptus 1 – 4, Opus 90 - Winston Choi, piano - International Phonograph, Inc. (Pure DSD) IPI. DSD256 Direct Stream Digital Download (Pure DSD).

Winston Choï is a Canadian pianist based in Chicago, husband of the violinist Minghuan Xu, and a member of Ensemble Dal Niente. He won the Orléans Concours International (2002) and became a laureate of the Honens International Piano Competition (2003). com, YouTube, dalniente. In Groups: Dal Niente.

Arthur Jussen plays Schubert Impromtus Opus 90 n. and n. in the Seoul Arts Center in Korea.

Album · 2006 · 4 Songs. Impromtu as-Dur, Opus 90 No 4, Allegretto, Franz Schubert, Impromptu Ab Major, Opus 90 No 4, Franz Schubert - Single. Impromtu As-Dur, Opus 90 No 4, Franz Schubert, Impromptu Ab Major, Opus 90 No 4, Allegretto, Franz Schubert. Franz Schubert: Piano Sonato No. 13 - Single. Schubert: Impromptus, D. 899 & D. 935 - Schubert-Liszt: Song Transcriptions. Schubert: Piano Trios, Opp.

Professor Hokanson's 90th Birthday recital, 18 June 2006. Recorded by Al Swanson at Brechmin Hall, University of Washington Music School. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFS 366. v'ts/Sec's. 4 impromptus: 1. Impromptu in C minor. 2. Impromptu in E♭ major.

90 No. Franz Peter Schubert. Schubert, Franz : Impromptus Opus 90 - D 899, Opus post. 142 - D 935 Piano solo Barenreiter. Chopin Frederic - Selected Works Vo. - Piano Piano solo Schott.

The Opus 90 Impromptus are often performed as a set, though sometimes a single one will be offered in a programme, or as an encore (Schubert himself told his publishers that the works could be issued singly or in a set), and the four pieces do present a kind of journey (‘Reise’), both musical and metaphorical, when considered together. The first of the Opus 90, in C minor, opens with a bare, arresting G octave, and the ensuing lonely dotted melody sets the tone of the whole piece. In one recording I have, the work freezes, calling to mind the exiled fremdling (traveller) of songs such as ‘Gute Nacht’, from Winterreise.

It took five years just to find the right instruments for this recording – an 1810 Matthias Müller for the Opus 90 Impromptus and an 1830 Joseph Schantz for Opus 142 – and the result is breathtaking. Aside from the crispest E- flat Impromptu, the bitter grandeur of the A-flat major, and the delectable translucency of the instruments, what is truly startling is the "sung" melody of the G flat major.

Franz Schubert's Impromptus are a series of eight pieces for solo piano composed in 1827. They were published in two sets of four impromptus each: the first was published in the composer's lifetime as Opus 90, and the second was published posthumously as Opus posthumous 142. They are now catalogued as D. 899 and D. 935 respectively. They are considered to be among the most important examples of this popular early 19th-century genre.

Schubert, Impromptus, Opus 90. By Franz Schubert, ed. Murray Baylor Piano Book Level: Early Advanced Item: 00-544.


1 Impromptu No. 1, In C Minor 9:38
2 Impromptu No. 2, In E-Flar Major 4:43
3 Impromptu No. 3, In G-Flat Major 5:48
4 Impromptu No. 4, In A-Flat Major 7:35

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  • Recorded At – Ganz Hall, Roosevelt University, Chicago


  • Piano – Winston Choï
  • Recorded By – Jonathan Horwich


Note: Opus 90 was played straight through from the beginning to end by Mr. Choi.