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  1. Johannes Brahms And Klaus Groth: The Biography of a Friendship by Peter Russell, 2006-12-12
  2. Johannes Brahms in Erinnerungen (German Edition) by Joseph Viktor Widmann, 1898-01-01
  3. Johannes Brahms in Erinnerungen (German Edition) by Joseph Viktor Widmann, 1898-01-01
  4. The Life Of Johannes Brahms V1 (1905) by Florence May, 2008-12-22
  5. A Guide to the Solo Songs of Johannes Brahms by Lucien Stark, 1995-10-01
  6. Johannes Brahms Briefwechsel, Volume 9 (German Edition) by Johannes Brahms, 2010-04-03
  7. "--in meinen Tonen spreche ich": Fur Johannes Brahms, 1833-1897 : [Katalog ... anlasslich der Ausstellung ... im Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, 5. September-2. November 1997] (German Edition)
  8. Carl Maria von Weber, Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms by Unknown., 2007
  9. Studies in modern music;: Second series: Frederick Chopin, Antonin Dvořàk, Johannes Brahms; by W. H Hadow, 1904
  10. Johannes Brahms, oder, die Relativierung der "absoluten" Musik (Zwischen/Tone) (German Edition)
  11. Johannes Brahms: Mit vielen Abbildungen, Notenbeispielen und Faksimiles (German Edition) by Wolfgang Alexander Thomas-San-Galli, 1922-01-01
  12. The Life & Times of Johannes Brahms (Masters of Music) by Jim Whiting, 2003-08
  13. The Life of Johannes Brahms (Volume I Only) by Florence May, 1981
  14. Johannes Brahms, Klarinettenquintett (Meisterwerke der Musik) (German Edition) by Roland Hafner, 1978

41. Johannes Brahms - An Overview Of The Classical Composer
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To some people, Brahms has been seen as something of an enigma in the course of music development. The Romantic movement was well underway in the first half of the 19th century, set in early motion by Beethoven and then kindled by Mendelssohn , Berlioz and Schumann , before being transformed by Liszt , Verdi and Wagner . It seemed like all composers of the day, despite differences in style and scale, were united in seeking a new freer means of expression. Brahms however chose the stricter conventions of the classical period , and as a result received much criticism from his more adventurous peers and later composers. Yet Brahms demonstrated time and again that it wasn't necessary to abandon the old forms in forwarding the ideals of Romanticism Compared to many musicians and composers, Brahms was a late developer. Brahms' early music career was as a pianist giving recitals in his late teens and 20s, and his exceptionl skills on this instrument brought him attention from the violinist Joachim, and Robert and Clara Schumann who were to befriend him. It was not until he reached his 30s that he began to compose with any regularity, and his first Symphony was complete in 1876 at the age of 43. Part of this reticence was the enormous historical figure of

42. Johannes Brahms - Classical Archives
Over 320 complete works by Brahms offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists. Two biographies, including that from the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music. Timelines, search engine.

43. Music History 102
Biographical article with examination of Classical and Romantic sources and RA audio samples from the Music History 102 collection of the Internet Public Library.
The Late Romantics
Johannes Brahms
Born: Hamburg, May 7, 1833
Died: Vienna, April 3, 1897
Born to a poor family in the slums of Hamburg, Germany, Brahms studied music as best he was able while supporting himself by playing piano at bars and brothels and by turning out arrangements of light music. His early compositions continued in the progressive direction of the waning romanticism: huge sonatas piano trios , and other works like the Piano Quartet in G minor , for the finale of which Brahms utilizes a flashy gypsy melody. But Brahms later abandoned this track, devoting himself instead to synthesizing the Classical forms with the almost by now forgotten early Romanticism , with its slowly unraveling sense of tonality. In so doing, Brahms created a repertoire of works that amounts to a glowing and majestic apotheosis of the musical traditions of the nineteenth-century. This twilight quality is evident in the exquisite German Requiem , which was well-known all over Europe by the 1870s. At this time, having written only chamber works, concertos, piano music, and choral pieces, Brahms finally turned to the symphony . The Symphony no. 1 in C minor, Op. 68

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45. Brahms At The Piano: Musical Archeology
An analysis and transcription of the 1889 cylinder recording of Johannes Brahms performance of a segment of his First Hungarian Dance by Jonathan Berger. Includes illustrations and links to further resources.
Brahms at the Piano Sonic archeology: An analysis and transcription of the 1889 cylinder recording of Johannes Brahms performance of a segment of his First Hungarian Dance.
Jonathan Berger (CCRMA, Stanford University)
On December 2 nd 1889, Theo Wangemann, a representative of Thomas Edison recorded Johannes Brahms performing two segments of music at the piano. The works recorded included part of a paraphrase of Strauss' Libelle , preceded by measures 13-72 of Brahms' 1872 arrangement of the first Hungarian Dance for solo piano.
While this unique historical document should have been hailed as an important 'window' to the world of nineteenth century music performance practices, the musical information was almost entirely masked by noise. The recording was, in fact, so noisy that musicologist Gregor Benko wrote that, "any musical value heard [in the cylinder recording] can be charitably described as the product of a pathological imagination."
Indeed, despite various attempts at filtering and enhancing the recording

46. Brahms Johannes - Email, Address, Phone Numbers, Everything!
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47. Johannes Brahms The Last Classicist
Brief biography, list of key works, quotes, recommended reading and recordings, timeline, and further resources from Humanities Web.

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49. Classical Net - Basic Repertoire List - Brahms
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The music of Johannes Brahms (May 7, 1833 - April 3, 1897) represents the furthest development of one strain of Nineteenth-Century Romanticism. Broadly speaking, one can distinguish five lines of development: the Beethoven Mendelssohn Schumann -Brahms; Liszt Wagner Bruckner Strauss ; folk-lore nationalism; Italian opera; and French, both operatic and symphonic. Some of this overlaps, of course. One can view Brahms, for example, with his deep artistic attachment to German folklore and older music, as a German nationalist. In the 1850s, Brahms turned from chamber music to orchestral music for the first time and produced, the first Serenade, the Piano Concerto #1, and the second Serenade. The Piano Concerto, one of his most turbulent

50. Brahms, Johannes
Brahms, Johannes Encyclopedia article; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2004. Read Brahms, Johannes at Questia library.
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Brahms wrote a number of major works for orchestra, including two serenades, four symphonies, two piano concertos, a Violin Concerto, a Double Concerto for violin and cello, and a pair of orchestral overtures, the Academic Festival Overture and the Tragic Overture
Ein deutsches Requiem ("A German Requiem") is his largest choral work, in Bremen in 1868 that confirmed Brahms's European reputation. Is is not a traditional, liturgical requiem (Missa pro defunctis), but a setting of texts which Brahms selected from the Lutheran Bible.
His chamber works include three string quartets, two string quintets and two string sextets, as well as a clarinet quintet, a clarinet trio, a horn trio, a piano quintet, three piano quartets and three piano trios
He composed several instrumental sonatas with piano , including three for violin, two for cello and two for clarinet

52. Johannes Brahms (The Lied And Art Song Texts Page: Texts And Translations To Lie
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54. BBC - Music - Johannes Brahms
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    Born 07 May 1833. Died 03 April 1897. Palm/Rsch/Redferns
    Brahms composed for piano, chamber ensembles, symphony orchestra, and for voice and chorus. A virtuoso pianist, he premiered many of his own works; he also worked with the leading performers of his time, including the pianist Clara Schumann and the violinist Joseph Joachim. Many of his works have become staples of the modern concert repertoire. Brahms, an uncompromising perfectionist, destroyed many of his works and left some of them unpublished. Brahms was at once a traditionalist and an innovator. His music is firmly rooted in the structures and compositional techniques of the Baroque and Classical masters. He was a master of counterpoint, the complex and highly disciplined method of composition for which Bach is famous, and also of development, a compositional ethos pioneered by Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Beethoven. Brahms aimed to honour the "purity" of these venerable "German" structures and advance them into a Romantic idiom, in the process creating bold new approaches to harmony and melody. While many contemporaries found his music too academic, his contribution and craftsmanship have been admired by subsequent figures as diverse as the progressive Arnold Schoenberg and the conservative Edward Elgar. The diligent, highly constructed nature of Brahms's works was a starting point and an inspiration for a generation of composers.

55. BRAHMS By David Wright
Lengthy essay by David Wright from his series Great Composers. Details the influence of the Schumann family and notes what set him apart from other deemed merely very good.
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56. The Centennial Of The Death Of Brahms
A series of sub-pages devoted to the 100 year anniversary of his death in 1897. Provides translations of essays by his pupil Gustav Jenner and conductor Wilhelm Furtwaengler, plus translations of texts that Brahms set to music.
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Johannes Brahms, Ludwig van Beethoven: Complete String Quartets - Scores And Parts Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). For string quartet. Printable and viewable for PC and Macintosh. Format: CD Sheet Music. Classical Period and Romantic Period. The complete collection of string quartets by Beethoven and Brahms.. 1300 printable pages. 5.5x5 inches. Published by Theodore Presser Co. (PR.814400010) See more info...

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