” Schubert: Impromptu No. 3 in G-Flat Major ” is one of eight pieces for solo piano, was written just a year before Schubert died. The collection shows exactly how sensitive a composer he had become.
Schubert’s music was being infused with ever more melancholia around that time, It was remarkable that, knowing the extent of his illness, he was able to write at all, let alone continue to lead his life in the way he did.
Here, great interpretation of that Schubert peice in G flat by the brilliant young musician Khatia Buniatishvili, totally understands the composition and the expression of the piece and creates a beautiful voice .