Repertoire in Focus: Schubert’s Impromptu in F minor, D935/1

Schubert wrote two sets of Impromptus (D899 and D935). Composed in 1827, his post-‘Winterreise’ annus mirabilis, a year of fervent creativity, the Impromptus remain some of his most popular piano works, particularly the first set and the third of the D935 (a set of variations based on the ‘Rosamunde’ theme from his opera of theContinue reading “Repertoire in Focus: Schubert’s Impromptu in F minor, D935/1”