The World of Franz Schubert, Part 4

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Franz Liszt transcribed many of Schubert's works for piano. Franz Liszt transcribed many of Schubert's works for piano. (Wikipedia Commons/Wikipedia Commons)

"There can never be enough Franz Peter Schubert," says host David Dubal, who continues to explore the composer's work for the keyboard in this week's episode. In this show, you'll hear a number of works the composer wrote toward the end of his short life, many of them through subsequent transcriptions by Franz Liszt.

The pianists featured in the episode include Vladimir Horowitz, Murray Perahia, Claudio Arrau and many others.

Reflections from the Keyboard airs Thursdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 10 pm on WQXR.

Program Playlist (all works by Schubert): 

Litanei, S. 562, No. 1 (arr. Liszt)
Arcadi Volodos
Sony Classical

Valse-Caprice No. 7 in A major, Allegro con spirito (arr. Liszt)
Vladimir Horowitz
Deutsche Grammophon

Polonaise No. 6 in E Major, D. 824, Op. 61
Helen and Karl Ulrich Schnabel
TownHall Records

Impromptu No. 3 in B-flat Major, D. 935, Op. 142
Murray Perahia
Sony Classical

Der Erlkönig, S. 558, No. 4 (arr. Liszt)
Egon Petri

Sonata No. 13 in A Major, D. 664, Mvmt. 2, Andante
Paul Badura-Skoda

Auf dem Wasser zu singen, S. 558, No. 2 (arr. Liszt)
Jorge Bolet

Aufenthalt (Resting Place), S. 560, No. 3 (arr. Liszt)
Arcadi Volodos
Sony Classical

Fantasie in C Major (Wanderer Fantasy), D.670, Mvmt. 4, Allegro
Claudio Arrau

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