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If the shadow of Mozart still haunts Schubert's Symphony No.5, the Seventh (in no way 'unfinished' in the eyes of it's creator) already looks far into the future. Pablo Heras-Casado and the musicians of the Freiburger Barockorchester lead us towards that Romantic élan. Their flexible approach, keen and swift in the earlier symphony, making room for shadows and mystery in it's successor, meets the challenge of bringing out the contrast between these 'two Schuberts', here more audible than ever.
If the shadow of Mozart still haunts Schubert's Symphony No.5, the Seventh (in no way 'unfinished' in the eyes of it's creator) already looks far into the future. Pablo Heras-Casado and the musicians of the Freiburger Barockorchester lead us towards that Romantic élan. Their flexible approach, keen and swift in the earlier symphony, making room for shadows and mystery in it's successor, meets the challenge of bringing out the contrast between these 'two Schuberts', here more audible than ever.
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Schubert: Symphonies Nos. 5 & 7 Unfinished
Artist: Freiburger Barockorchester
Format: CD
New: In Stock - Available to Order $19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Schubert: Symphony No.5 in B-Flat Major, D.485: I. Allegro
2. Schubert: Symphony No.5 in B-Flat Major, D.485: II. Andante Con Moto
3. Schubert: Symphony No.5 in B-Flat Major, D.485: III. Menuetto ; Trio. Allegro Molto
4. Schubert: Symphony No.5 in B-Flat Major, D.485: IV. Allegro Vivace
5. Schubert: Symphony No.7 in B minor, D.759 "Unfinished": I. Allegro Moderato
6. Schubert: Symphony No.7 in B minor, D.759 "Unfinished": II. Andante Con Moto

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If the shadow of Mozart still haunts Schubert's Symphony No.5, the Seventh (in no way 'unfinished' in the eyes of it's creator) already looks far into the future. Pablo Heras-Casado and the musicians of the Freiburger Barockorchester lead us towards that Romantic élan. Their flexible approach, keen and swift in the earlier symphony, making room for shadows and mystery in it's successor, meets the challenge of bringing out the contrast between these 'two Schuberts', here more audible than ever.
        
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