A Schubertiade: only the best

One of the most enigmatic composers in history, he produced a phenomenal amount of music in the space of twenty years. Constructed like a 'Schubertiade,' named after the musical evenings at which Franz regaled his small circle of friends with his latest creations, this selection of recordings invites you to pick and choose between lieder recitals, chamber music, symphonies and those astonishing piano sonatas which, in recent decades, have acquired the favour of pianists and the general public, to the point of rivalling the popularity of those of his very intimidating neighbour, Beethoven...

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