Classics Explained: Schubert Piano Quintet "Trout" (Written and Narrated by Jeremy…

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68 tracks
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67:50

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1 Introduction to the Scherzo - And a Clear Four-Bar Phrase... 1:37 83
2 ..."Answered" by Two Two-Bar Phrases 0:21 0
3 A Disconcerting "Echo" 1:02 2
4 Expectation, Frustration and Surprise 0:27 5
5 The Phrase Length Exands From Nine to Fourteen Bars 0:36 116
6 The Beginning of the Second Half... 1:07 96
7 ... or Should It Go From G minor to D major? 0:08 0
8 Doubts Are Sown as the Tonality Becomes Elusive. 0:48 93
9 A Varied Reprise of Part One, and the End of the Scherzo Proper 0:33 103
10 A Conversational Start to the Trio Section 0:40 85
11 Another Schubertian Phrase Extension 0:25 0
12 Two Overlapping Phrases Add Up to a Single Theme. 0:22 7
13 The Piano Adds a Third Phrase to the Overlap. 0:32 111
14 The Overlaps Continue as the Key Drifts Downwads 0:35 87
15 Another Schubertian Key-Jump, Now to B flat 0:45 103
16 A Dramatic Transformation of Mood 0:52 88
17 Awakening From a Dream: The Main Theme's Return 0:51 90
18 Cue to Complete Scherzo 0:11 5
19 Quintet in A major, "Trout", D. 667: III. Scherzo: Presto (Kodály Quartet feat.… 3:52 0
20 Enter the Trout, at Last; A Meeting With the Original 0:30 8
21 Music: "Die Forelle" 1:59 2
22 Back to the Quintet: The Strings, Headed by the Violin, Introduce the Theme. 1:24 97
23 The First Variation 1:41 115
24 The Second Variation 1:14 123
25 The Third Variation 1:20 91
26 The Fourth Variation, Part One 1:33 98
27 The Fourth Variation, Part Two 0:57 109
28 The Fifth Variation 2:44 68
29 The Final Variation, Part One: Violin and Piano Alone Introduce the Theme 0:31 94
30 The Final Variation, Part Two: The Cello Takes the Tune. 0:25 5
31 The Final Variation, Part Three: Piano and Violin Return as a Duo... 0:25 7
32 The Final Variation, Part Four: ...as Do the Viola and Cello. 0:17 4
33 The Final Variation, Part Five: The Entire Ensemble Is Reunited. 0:39 112
34 Quintet in A major, "Trout", D. 667: IV. Theme: Andantino (Kodály Quartet feat.… 7:09 0
35 Introduction to the Finale: Schubert as Wizard of Repetition 2:17 97
36 Easily Overlooked: The Accompaniment From Cello and Double-Bass 0:36 86
37 Contrasts of Timbre and Register 0:58 108
38 A Repetition, and Yet Not a Repetition 0:07 5
39 A Journey Begun; The Phenomenon of Musical Gravity 0:22 3
40 The Journey Completed 0:16 5
41 The Source of Musical Gravity 0:22 5
42 Music: Saint-Saens - The Carnival of the Animals "The Pianists" 0:28 0
43 A Scale of Shifting Tensions 0:49 100
44 Music: Beethoven, Symphony No. 1 (Finale) 0:37 141
45 Back to Schubert 0:39 96
46 The Piano Embellishes a Scalewise Descent. 0:18 4
47 A Retrospective Moment 0:33 101
48 Repetition More Apparent Then Real 1:02 104
49 A Taste of Phrase Rhythm 1:26 119
50 Shifting Patterns of Accentuation 0:27 2
51 The Section Reviewed 0:15 3
52 An Increasingly Sophisticated Texture as Parts Interact 0:46 95
53 More Phrase Rhythm 0:29 3
54 A Repetition From the Strings... 0:11 10
55 ... and an Answer From the Piano 0:13 0
56 In Transition to the Secondary Key 0:50 115
57 The Origin of the Second Theme 0:19 6
58 The Second Main Theme 0:38 97
59 The Closing Section Begins, With a Question Answered. 0:42 90
60 The Question Repeated, a Slightly Differnet Answer 0:28 3
61 First Theme of Closing Section Reviewed 0:59 79
62 Remembrance of Things Past 0:28 4
63 The Piano and Strings Argue Over the Harmony. 1:13 82
64 Emergence of the Final Theme 0:24 2
65 An Unexpected Thunderstorm 0:51 90
66 The Sound of Silence 1:29 107
67 Cue to Complete Finale 0:59 101
68 Quintet in A major, "Trout", D. 667: V. Finale: Allegro giusto (Kodály Quartet feat.… 6:47 0

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