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Suspense – Leonie Karatas plays Schubert & Liszt

Author: EuroArts Music International

Up-and-coming pianist Leonie Karatas’ second album is dedicated to the great composers of the Romantic period.

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    Suspense – Leonie Karatas plays Schubert & Liszt – Cover © EuroArts Music International

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    Suspense – Leonie Karatas plays Schubert & Liszt – Back Cover © EuroArts Music International

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Following young pianist Leonie Karatas’ debut CD "La Vita", her second album “Suspense” is dedicated to the great composers of the Romantic period: Franz Schubert and Franz Liszt.

Schubert's last piano sonata is considered to have paved the way to the High Romantic full stop, and in combination with Liszt's most important piano sonata as the virtuoso climax of the Romantic piano literature, this piano concerto offers a musical treat.

Also available digitally.

English title Suspense – Leonie Karatas plays Schubert & Liszt
Genre Recital
Production year 2018
Duration 81 mins
Composer Schubert, Liszt
English title of music work Schubert: Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat, D. 960; Liszt: Piano Sonata in B minor, S. 178
Soloist Leonie Karatas (piano)

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