Chamber music of Schubert revisited by Luigi Piovano and Strings Accademia di Santa Cecilia.
Recently appointed chief conductor of the strings orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia , Luigi Piovano has put together a great program for their first album . He himself made an adaptation of the famous Sonata " Arpeggione " by Franz Schubert, brilliantly assuming the role of a cello piccolo solo 5-string to get as close as possible to arpeggione and allow execution in the original octaves. The presence of the orchestra gives a new dimension to the work and seems so natural that we come to doubt that it was otherwise.
The quartet " The Girl and Death " is interpreting here the version of Gustav Mahler in 1896 . The strength of the orchestral ensemble is even more overwhelming than the quartet , even devastating ! Adding bass musical canvas gives the work a deeper and more dramatic , obscuring colors and bearing the feelings and emotion to firmament