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Franz Schubert
Sonate pour arpeggione [violoncelle] et piano
Franz Schubert [1797-1828]
"Arpeggione Sonata" for cello and piano

en la mineur / A minor / a-moll D.821
1. Allegro moderato (11'25)
2. Adagio (4'28)
3. Allegretto (9'05)
4. Das Wandern D.795/1 (1'04)
5. Ungeduld D.795/7 (1'27)

Anton Webern [1883-1945]
3 Petites Pièces pour violoncelle et piano op.11
6. Mäßige Achtel (0'55)
7. Sehr bewegt (0'19)
8. Äußerst ruhig (1'08)

Franz Schubert [1797-1828]
9. Die Vögel D.691 (1'02)
Sonatine pour piano et violon op. posth. 137 D.384
10. Allegro molto (4'21)
11. Andante (4'28)
12. Allegro vivace (4'02)
13. Wiegenlied D.498 : Berceuse / Lullaby  (1'39)

Alban Berg [1885-1935]
4 Pièces op.5 pour violoncelle et piano
14. Mäßig (1'18)
15. Sehr langsam (2'10)
16. Sehr rasch (1'18)
17. Langsam (2'58)

Franz Schubert [1797-1828]
18. Nacht und Träume op.43/2 D.827 (2'44)
Jean-Guihen Queyras, Violoncelle
Alexandre Tharaud, Piano
1 CD de 56'31'' / 2006


Three Viennese composers transcen their time.
"Schubert's Arpegione Sonata has been at the hearth of our repertoire ever since Alexandre Tharaud and I began to play together. Its apparently carefree luminosity cannot conceal an anguish wich comes out into the open at the end of the second mouvement. Berg assumes his dark inner demons, whereas Webern plays on sublimation an detachment. But all three share the same need for limitless confrontation with the basic elements of desire, sensuality, and death, make it them all palpable" Jean-Guihen Queyras

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