This is a good performance indeed, but I aspire a more spontaneous one. Lieder here are all pearls, they are numbered D7xx or D8xx. And everyone who had listened enough Schubert will automatically knew that almost every lieder numbered D7xx or D8xx was a masterpiece. But alas, lieder here are performed with too much contemplation, so it sounds a bit artificial. In my opinion, even Schubert was in his most serious, his lieder always shone with sparkles, they were naturally brought out from the heart, not the brain. The "Lachen und Weinen","Du bist the Ruh" here all sounds very calculated. Graham Johnson is still on his high level, excellent piano and brochure.