David Rubinstein | David Rubinstein plays Schubert

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David Rubinstein plays Schubert

by David Rubinstein

David Rubinstein plays Schubert's Piano Sonata in A major, D.959 and Sixteen German Dances, D.783/D.366
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Sonata in A, D.959: I. Allegro
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2. Sonata in A, D.959: II. Andantino
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3. Sonata in A, D.959: III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace
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4. Sonata in A, D.959: IV. Rondo: Allegretto
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5. Sixteen German Dances, D.783/D.366
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Album Notes
This album features Schubert's great A major Sonata, D.959, coupled with Sixteen German Dances. David Rubinstein appears regularly in the Los Angeles area and has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe with appearances including Zipper Hall in Los Angeles, the National Gallery of Art, London's Wigmore Hall, Lincoln Center, the Whittier College Bach Festival, the San Diego Convention Center, the Dame Myra Hess Series in Chicago, and numerous international radio broadcasts. In Los Angeles he has participated in recording sessions for all the major film studios, including several on-screen performances. He has recorded a wide range of repertoire including Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Busoni, Chopin, Prokofiev, and Schumann, as well as his own works.


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