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The second part of Schubert’s Fantasy in C Major, D. 934, contains a theme and variations based on Schubert’s memorable song ’Sei mir gegrüsst!’ (I Greet You!, D. 741) This section is the lyrical and emotional high point of the entire work. Following the song/theme, Schubert presents four variations – each one progressively more intricate and passionate. Then, a developmental reprise of the introductory tremolo section serves as a transition to the exhilarating finale (Part 3.)
This cental section contains many optional repeats. I suggest performers follow only the first of these repeats – as I do in the MIDI performance realized with Scorch. Normally, the entire Fantasy takes about 21-22 minutes to perform – that is, without any repeats. If one were to take all of the repeats that Schubert has indicated, the total performance time would be increased to about 27-28 minutes.
I hope browsers of this score (and listeners to the MIDI performance) will express their opinions of Schubert’s Fantasy in C Major, D. 934, and my orchestral arrangement of it - either in an online review or in an email to me. I am always interested in reading the observations of those who examine and listen to my compositions and orchestrations. To send me an email, just click on the button marked EMAIL THE PUBLISHER.
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Reviews of SCHUBERT - STARR; Fantasy in C Major, D. 934; for violin solo and orchestra (an orchestration by Mark Starr of Schubert’s work for violin and piano) Part 2 of 3
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