Five musicians and SOPHIE fans, from Mykki Blanco to Lyra Pramuk to Backxwash, reflect on what made the artist’s work so arresting, and what it illuminated in its gleam.
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Franz Schubert’s short life spanned a crucial period in music history as the elegant, classical stylings of Mozart and Haydn were giving way to the drama and passion of the romantic era. Schubert came to embody that transformation, in music that was all about personal expression and individual inspiration. This week, Donald Macleod throws the spotlight on Schubert’s chamber music and explores the stories around five key works for small ensembles.
Pensa, che questo istante, D76
Symphony No 2 in B flat major, D125 (III. Menuetto & IV. Presto vivace)
Fantasie in G minor, for four hands, D9
Kyrie in D minor, K49
String Quartet No 10 in E flat major, D87
Die Bürgschaft, D435 (excerpt)
Symphony No 5 in B flat, D485 (Andante con moto & Menuetto)
String Quartet No 11 in E, D353
March in E major, D606
Overture in D major, D556
Salve Regina in A major, D676
Piano Quintet in A major, “Die Forelle” D667 (Scherzo, Thema, Finale)
Rosamunde, D797 (The Full Moon Shines)
Die schöne Müllerin, D795 (Das Wandern, Ungeduld & Trockne Blumen)
String Quartet No 13 in A minor, D804 “Rosamunde” (Allegro ma non troppo & Andante)
Sonata for piano duet in C, Grand Duo D812 (Scherzo & Allegro Vivace)
Fugue in E minor, D952
Auf dem Strom, D943
String Quintet in C, D956 (Adagio & Scherzo)
String Quartet No 14 in D minor, D810 “Death and the Maiden” (Andante con moto)
Presented by Donald Macleod
Produced by Luke Whitlock, for BBC Wales
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85-year-old folk legend Peggy Seeger has announced what is “probably” her final album.
Her 24th solo album First Farewell will be released on April 9 via Red Grape Music. Watch a live performance of first single “The Invisible Woman”, featuring her sons Neill and Calum MacColl, below:
“The Invisible Woman” was co-written with Neill. “He was hesitant for ages about co-writing with me,” says Seeger. “He turned up at my home one day, laid his 6’1” self along my two-seater sofa and laconically offered a possible subject for a song. ‘The Invisible Woman’ strolled in gradually, wearing clown shoes and lace underwear. We ended up with a song that expressed an uncomfortable new feeling that was creeping up on us both but that echoed the folk songs that I’d sung to him since birth.”
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