Schubert: String Quartet No.15 G major, D.887

Franz Schubert, String Quartet No.15 in G major, D.887 (op.116): a comparison of 3 recordings, with the Melos Quartett Stuttgart (1978), the Emerson String Quartet (1998), and the Artemis Quartet (2009)


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Schubert: Lieder, without Fischer-Dieskau (Diary 2014-08-13)

Franz Schubert — Lieder, *not* recorded by Fischer-Dieskau: interpretations by Ferrier/Walter (1949), Wunderlich/Giesen (1965), Price/Sawallisch/Schöneberger (1981), Haefliger/Dähler (1987)


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Schubert: Works for Violin & Piano (Diary 2013-11-21)

Schubert, Works for Violin and Piano — Ibragimova, Tiberghien / Shiokawa, Schiff (and for comparison: Fischer-Dieskau, Moore)


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Schubert: Vocal (2/3/4) — Berlioz: Requiem (Diary 2013-02-17)

Franz Schubert: Vocal Duets, Trios and Quartets — Ameling/Baker/Schreier/Laubenthal/Fischer-Dieskau/Gerald Moore; Hector Berlioz: Requiem (Grande messe des morts), op.5 — Ozawa/Boston Symphony Orchestra/Tanglewood Festival Chorus


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D. Scarlatti, Schubert (Diary 2012-08-31)

Domenico Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonatas — recordings with Pieter-Jan Belder and Andreas Staier; Schubert: Masses in A♭ (D.678) and E♭ (D.950) — Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Arnold Schoenberg Choir


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