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Franz Schubert – The complete symphonies and symphonic fragments | Schubertiade, May 2018

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All in all it is this grounding fire in their rendering that leads to a new perspective on Schubert.
CONCERTO – Magazine for Early Music

Franz Schubert – The complete symphonies and symphonic fragments

Unique concert and CD project in cooperation with the renowned Schubert scholar Michael Kube (Neue Schubert Ausgabe, Tübingen), presented at the Schubertiade

The first two Schubert recordings (Arias with Daniel Behle and an instrumental CD with Concert Ouvertures and the Fifth Symphony) were an international sensation (with awards by BBC Music Magazine, Gramophone, Fono Forum, Musik & Theater and Crescendo) and were commented on by Swiss radio SRF2: „What impresses me is that Michi Gaigg makes me hear a new Schubert through her own individual interpretational style“.
L’Orfeo now presents a new view on the symphonic composer Schubert. For the first time his complete symphonies as well as all symphonic fragments will be performed and recorded.
The L’Orfeo musicians are already in thrilled anticipation and invite the audience to join them in Hohenems.


Schubertiade Hohenems | Four concerts (changing programme)
2, 3, 4 and 5 May 2018

Michael Kube Presentation
L’Orfeo Barockorchester | Michi Gaigg Conductor

Franz Schubert
Overture D 2A, Symphony D 2B, Overture D 2G (1810/11)
Overture to Der Teufel als Hydraulicus D 4 (1812)
Fragments of two orchestral pieces in D major D 74A & 71C
(Sept./Oct. & Fall 1813?)
Fragment of an orchestral piece in B-flat major D 94A (1814?)

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Symphony Nr. 1 in D major D 82 | Symphony Nr. 2 in B-flat major D 125 | Symphony Nr. 3 in D major D 200
Symphony Nr. 4 in c minor D 417 „Tragic“ | Symphony Nr. 5 in B-flat major D 485
Symphony Nr. 6 in C major D 589 „Small C major“ | Symphony in E major D 729 (August 1821, draft)
from Symphony Nr. 7 in b minor D 759 „Unfinished“ (Fragment) | Symphony Nr. 7 in b minor D 759 „Unfinished“
Symphony Nr. 8 in C major D 944 „Great C major“

Further details to the daily programme: Schubertiade Hohenems