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Composer of the Week: Schubert


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lain Burnside looks at the public and private faces of Schubert. This second programme features The
Wanderer, an image of the restless outsider who is a "stranger everywhere"; the battle of the sexes during the Crusades; and one of the composer's great invocations of the theme of parting: a man sets out on a river journey, parting from his love, perhaps even from life itself. Wanderers Nachtlied /
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Gerald Moore (piano)
Der Wanderer, D943 Bryn Terfel
(baritone), Malcolm Martineau (piano) Wanderer Fantasy, D760 Murray Perahia (piano)
Die Verschworenen (excerpts)
Chorus Musicus,
Das Neue Orchester, conductor Christoph Sperling Aufdem Strom
Hans Peter Blochwitz (tenor), Marie-Luise Neunecker (horn), Rudolf Jansen (piano)
Repeated next Tuesday 12 midnight


Piano: Gerald Moore
Baritone: Malcolm Martineau
Piano: Murray Perahia
Conductor: Christoph Sperling
Conductor: Aufdem Strom
Tenor: Hans Peter Blochwitz
Horn: Marie-Luise Neunecker
Piano: Rudolf Jansen
Helene: Lisa Larsson (soprano)
Count Liidenstein: Peter Lika (bass)
Countess Ludmilla: Soile Isokoski (soprano)

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