Bostridge and Andsnes Pan Through the Bits and Pieces That Schubert Left Behind

By ANTHONY TOMMASINI [NY Times, 9 May 2006]
Like novelists or, for that matter, music critics, some composers first work out the overall draft of a composition and gradually refine it, edit it and fill in the details. Others begin with the first phrase and get it right before adding the next, and so on.