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The finale of Schubert’s Fantasy in C Major is in three sections. It begins with an exalted theme that recalls Beethoven (who had died less than one year earlier.) In addition to heralding this celebratory theme, the solo violin plays decorative material of great virtuosity. The middle section is a developmental reprise of the earlier Andantino – essentially a fifth variation to the lied ’Sei mir gegrüsst!’ This final variation dissipates into thin air. The silence is broken by a furious coda that makes enormous technical demands on both the soloist and the orchestra.
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Reviews of SCHUBERT - STARR; Fantasy in C Major, D. 934; for violin solo and string orchestra (an orchestration by Mark Starr of Schubert’s work for violin and piano) Part 3 of 3
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