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Schubert Album Reviews
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 17 November 2014
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 11 August 2014
Schubert symphonies that zip along from top Swedish players. Album of the Weekend, 15-16 March 2014.
Celebrating their 25th anniversary, the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra inject wonderful energy into two Schubert symphonies. Album of the Week, 19 August 2013.
The debut CD from a former Young Musician of the Year Piano category winner. Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 15 July 2013.
Hefty piano works are brought to life on this impressive live recording. John Suchet's Album of the Week, 28 January 2013.
Brooding Schubert, beautifully interpreted by Paul Lewis. Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 24 September 2012
Two pianist bring Schubert's intimate piano duets and sonatas to the concert hall with marvellous results
Ian Bostridge tells Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin with beauty and conviction accompanied by a sublime Mitsuko Uchida on piano
Exciting contemporary composer Thomas Adès proves himself an equally excellent pianist on this collection of his works and Schubert's Trout Quintet
Pianist Leif Ove Andsnes teams up with tennor Ian Bostridge once again for a well-chosen pairing of Schubert and poetry
Mahler’s string-orchestra arrangement of Schubert’s fabulous string quartet was made in 1894 and this recording presents The Helsinki Strings and the Szilvays
Matthias Goerne's smooth baritone accompanied by Ingo Metzmacher on piano create a stirring ambiance on Schubert's Heliopolis
The conductor-less Dutch orchestra led by Gordan Nikolić, here reveals Schubert as a more impressive symphonist than his reputation usually allows
Pieter Wispelwey and Paolo Giacometti's play as one mind on a collection of Schubert pieces, but their performance is let down by a harsh Scherzo
The Jerusalem Quartet throws itself into the intense, bleak music of Schubert’s famous ‘Death and the Maiden’ Quartet.
Harry Christophers and The Sixteen go back to basics with traditional Christmas carols unadorned by overblown modern arrangements
A one-to-watch pianist Ivana Gavrić’s solo recital of works from Schubert, List, Janáček, Rachmaninov may be emotionally cool, but her talent promises much
The young talent on display here is truly deserving of wider audience.
This music-making from Wieder-Atherton, Cooper and Oleg is about as compelling as it can get, with music from Schubert to Ravel
Exuberant piano playing is at the centre of these pieces.
These are recordings of inimitable grace and probing depth.
Werner Güra and Christoph Berner wander into the snowy waste and feel the chill of Schubert’s Die Winterreise
A masterful recording to luxuriate to.
Two of Britain’s finest younger pianists, work wonders with the marvels of Schubert’s inner landscape.
These may be songs of doom and despair but the emotion contained herein is palpable.
Pianist Paul Lewis moves his focus away from Beethoven to Schubert with stunning results.
First violinist Sara Bitlloch guides the Elias Quartet to excellence on this glorious disc of Mozart and friends
Ian Bostridge's many fans will love this recording of Schubert's Schwanengesang, but his refined tenor is an acquired taste
The bassoon is given a new lease of life thanks to Karen Geoghegan.
There's plenty to enjoy in this live recording, but Christopher Maltman's strong vocal can overpower Winterreise's intimacy
Period instruments are played in a modern style to provide timeless results.
Maxim Rysanov powerfully rearranges Schubert, Bruch, Tchaikovsky for the viola but his performance lacks subtlety
Mark Padmore and Paul Lewis perform 14 of Schubert's greatest Lieder with passion in this must-own recording
Nebolsin’s grasp of structure, simplicity of approach and the song-like purity of the recorded sound make this very special
We're giving you the chance to hear the new album of the London Philharmonic, who will be performing as part of the Diamond Jubilee
27 April: This week's CD of the Week is Imogen Cooper's new album 'Schubert Live'