Franz Schubert stands out as the figure who marks the boundary between classicism and romanticism. At a time when the Beethovenian ghost still impregnated and disquieted the musical world, a Schubert figure with an ambivalent soul was emerging. Schubert is capable, with the same motif, of evoking places that are as real and earthly as they are much higher and more distant planes. Schubert treads and traces his own path, finding nourishment in a terrain where narrative eloquence is the predominant factor.
Sonata per pianoforte in la minore, D. 784
Sonata per pianoforte in la maggiore, D. 959
Scherzo. Allegro vivace con Trio