Guillaume Coppola continues his original and personal journey with Schubert. Schubert treasures, not well known and rarely played. At first glance these short dances do not amount to much but actually they are the essence of Schubert in delicious miniatures. By contrast, the Sonata No. 5 in A minor D537 is a journey of 25 minutes in a maze of complex feelings and contradictory states of mind. A romantic drama contained in a three-movement architecture. Finally, the Hungarian melody completes Guillaume Coppola's programme in a very personal vision. A programme that is both rich and varied, showing opposite and complementary facets of Schubert.