Friday, December 30, 2011

Schubert / Moments Musicaux & Impromptus / David Fray

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

great!

Fly said...

Both are the same CD. The difference is the compression of audio tracks. The most common is the MP3, but experts prefer another type of compression.

Anonymous said...

I'm Herbert, dear Fly, I waited for this for so long. Thank you very much!!!

Anonymous said...

great Thanks

bobby said...

For classical music lossless is the better option: So thank you for the new ape post!
Frays Schubert shows us a world of musical poetry. Fascinating!

I really appreciate your blog very much and hope you will continue it…

Fly said...

Thank you. Enjoy.

winter said...

Happy New Year!
Thank You!

zorgloki said...

happy new year and thnaks for all Fly fly fly

Anonymous said...

This pianist is new to me. Thanks for the chance to check out his work.

m00ngo

Anonymous said...

Thank you mr. Fly, David Fray is a quite romantic pianist, Schubert himself would have appreciated his gentle touch. Meanwhile, I am looking for the Schubert piano sonatas played by Malcolm Bilson: can you help me, please, digging in your wonderful collection? Thank you once more! Mauro

Fly said...

Yes, I have the set :)
Schubert - Piano Sonatas by Malcolm Bilson (1998, Hungaroton)

Uff :) 7 CDs to upload....
One of this days, ok?

Anonymous said...

Thank you in advance for your kindness, dear mr. Fly! And now the most difficult question ever, regarding 2 cd's that I have been seeking for ages:
-the piano concertos of Johann Samuel Schroeter
-the piano quintets by Joao Domingo Bomtempo
If you can help me on these, you'll be definitely my music hero, alongside with Franz Schubert & Franz Liszt.
Thank you, and have a nice day! Mauro

Fly said...

Of course I have Bomtempo's piano quintets. I'm Portuguese, I had to have them! :)

It would be unkind of me to publish the CD because recently a blog (another Portuguese) did it. Look here: http://odeonmusic.blogspot.com/

Regarding Schröter I have a CD with three different versions of the piano concerto Op.3, No.3. You want this record?

That's it! :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for the suggestion of odeonmusic: I found plenty of my beloved Bomtempo!
And, regarding the Schroeter Concerto, the one with Murray Perahia would be perfect: thank you in advance for your kindness, mr. Fly! Mauro

Anonymous said...

So, if I can ask: yes, please, go on with Schroeter! Mauro