6 thoughts on “ No.13 in C Major - Schubert* / Imogen Cooper - Schubert Live • Volume Two ”
Imogen Cooper, it seems to me, offers a near-perfect balance of head and heart in Schubert, her expressive technique and musical personality wholly in the service of the composer. Gramophone, July Cooper has a sure grasp of the music’s ebb and flow, of the sonata (D) as a whole’s structural integrity, and her beautiful, singing line.
Imogen Cooper returns to AVIE with the first in a series of 3 double CDs, recorded live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, exploring the late piano music of Schubert written between and The first volume includes the A minor Sonata D, the D major Sonata D and the A major Sonata D
Aug 27, · Cooper's judgment, taste and subtlety again prove invaluable in interpreting Schubert. She also pulls off the difficult balancing task of bringing her own insights and remaining faithful to terdinninayamoogunris.infoinfo are many moments of delight, melancholy and 5/5(2).
Schubert Live, Volume 2 Imogen Cooper’s Schubert Live, Volume One (AV ) was a runaway success both critically and commercially. An already highly respected artist found her profile, both in the media and at retail, raised to new heights.
Imogen Cooper's live Schubert takes its deserved place alongside the greats. Free from the confines of the studio, Cooper rises to the occasion with performances that show a courageous advance on her already distinguished work. This is true, most strikingly, in the great penultimate A major Sonata, D
Aug 27, · Imogen Cooper's Schubert Live, Vol. 1 was a runaway success, both critically and commercially. Now, she continues her exploration of Schubert's late piano music with the second volume in her series for Avie, recorded live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London/5(4).