Franz Schubert - Trudelies Leonhardt, Fortepiano

SCHUBERT : 38 WALZES, LÄNDLER AND ECOSSAISES, D. 145 – 6 GERMAN DANCES, D. 970 – 12 GRÄZER WALZER, D. 924 – 12 GERMAN DANCES, D. 790 – 8 ECOSSAISES, D. 735 – 17 LÄNDLER, D. 366 – TRUDELIES LEONHARDT, FORTEPIANO

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Franz SCHUBERT : 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 1 in E-Flat Major – 6 German Dances, D. 970: No. 1 in E-Flat Major – 6 German Dances, D. 970: No. 2 in E-Flat Major – 6 German Dances, D. 970: No. 3 in A-Flat Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 2 in E-Flat Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 3 in A-Flat Major – 6 German Dances, D. 970: No. 4 in A-Flat Major – 6 German Dances, D. 970: No. 5 in D-Flat Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 5 in D-Flat Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 10 in D-Flat Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 11 in D-Flat Major – 6 German Dances, D. 970: Dance No. 6 in D-Flat Major – 17 Ländler, D. 366: Ländler No. 9 in B Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 15 in G Major – 17 Ländler, D. 366: Ländler No. 10 in B Minor – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 16 in G Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 17 in D Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 14 in D Major – 38 Walzes, Ländler and Ecossaises, Op. 18, D. 145: Ländler No. 13 in A Major – 17 Ländler, D. 366: Ländler No. 1 in A Major – Minuet with 2 Trios, D. 335 – 12 Gräzer Waltzer, Op. 91, D. 924 – 12 German Dances, Op. 171, D. 790 “Ländler” – Galop and 8 Ecossaises, Op. 49, D. 735: 8 Ecossaises – 17 Ländler, D. 366 – Cotillon, D. 976.

Trudelies Leonhardt, Fortepiano.

Press Excerpts

“Marvellous Schubert !.. and one is filled with wonder at Trudelies Leonhardt’s talent to serve his cause ! Her playing is sober, full of eloquent expression, however without any sentimentality. All is there: incisive accents of a perfectly mastered instrument, the remarkably clear phrasing and, above all, this subtile rubato, privileged mode of expression of the fortepiano”.

Diapason, Paris

“Trudelies Leonhardt is a master of phrasing who lets “speak” motifs and melodies”.

M. T., Stockholm

“What playing ! What feeling of well-being ! What grandeur ! These records were a revelation to me, to say the least… To my mind, this marks the beginning of a new era in interpretation on the fortepiano”.

G.v.d.L., Utrecht


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