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LA Collection: Schubert: Sonate Arpeggione

Anne Gastinel, Claire Désert

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Arpeggione Sonata in A Minor, D. 821  
1
I. Allegro moderato (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
11:52
2
II. Adagio (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
4:29
3
III. Allegretto (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
9:08
Schwanengesang, D. 957  
4
No. 4. Standchen (Serenade) (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
3:53
5
An die Musik, Op. 88, No. 4, D. 547 (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
2:06
Violin Sonata (Sonatina) in D Major, Op. 137, No. 1, D. 384  
6
I. Allegro molto (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
4:52
7
II. Andante (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
4:17
8
III. Allegro vivace (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
4:22
9
Am Tage aller Seelen, D. 343, "Litanei auf das Fest aller Seelen" (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
2:54
10
Die Forelle, D. 550 (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
2:13
Schwanengesang, D. 957  
11
No. 13. Der Doppelganger (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
4:44
12
Auf dem Wasser zu singen, Op. 72, D. 774 (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
3:25
Winterreise, Op. 89, D. 911  
13
No. 19. Tauschung (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
1:25
Die schone Mullerin, Op. 25, D. 795  
14
No. 19. Der Muller und der Bach (arr. by A. Gastinel for Cello and Piano)
Franz Schubert; Anne Gastinel; Claire Désert
3:28
Total Playing Time    63:08
"Editor's Choice ... Gastinel gives a charming apologia for this programme of transcriptions, in the form of a letter to Schubert, but the best justification lies in the appropriateness of the material and the standard of performance. This is a suave performance; there's a wide range of expression ... the more lively sections are played brilliantly, with plenty of spirit ... Gastinel and Désert create a beautiful atmosphere ..."
- Gramophone

"... (Gastinel shows us) just how she can make her Testore cello sing with unexaggerated, tonally beautiful, expressiveness ... Claire Désert is a thoroughly admirable partner ... (shows) Gastinel to be a highly accomplished soloist, a distinctive musical personality who offers technically certain, emotionally committed performances characterized by a kind of innerness which is very persuasive ... I have enjoyed her particular slant on the music ..."
- MusicWeb International

In 2005 cellist Anne Gastinel and pianist Claire Désert recorded this award-winning Schubert programme with Lieder transcribed by Gastinel herself. The magic on this iconoclastic album lies in assimilation rather than imitation; the cello absorbing sonata, sonatina and Lieder as though they had all been written for the instrument. Through her close rapport with Désert, Gastinel has recreated a repertory of songs by a composer she loves.
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