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  • '''Johannes Brahms''' (May 7, 1833 in Hamburg - April 3, 1897 in Vienna) was a German compose His father was a musician and double-bass player. His son Johannes had an older sister, Elise, and a younger brother, Friedrich. He had a gi
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  • ''Since Brahms was a German composer it seems appropriate to give also a short selection *Frisch, Walter. ''Brahms and the Principle of Developing Variation.'' Berkeley: University of Calif
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  • *List of all his compositions according to opus numbers [http://www.johannesbrahms.org/JBlist.htm]. *[http://brahms.unh.edu/index.html American Brahms Society]
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  • ''Since Brahms was a German composer it seems appropriate to give also a short selection *Frisch, Walter. ''Brahms and the Principle of Developing Variation.'' Berkeley: University of Calif
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  • *List of all his compositions according to opus numbers [http://www.johannesbrahms.org/JBlist.htm]. *[http://brahms.unh.edu/index.html American Brahms Society]
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  • ...ng [[polyphony|polyphonic]] setting is believed to have been composed by [[Johannes Ockeghem|Ockeghem]] around 1460; his requiem is believed to predate a los ...r the mighty [[Ein deutsches Requiem|German Requiem]] by [[Johannes Brahms|Brahms]]. A rather exhaustive list of requiem composers can be found on [http://w
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  • ...el Bach]]; and Mannheim, Germany, where early symphonies were written by [[Johann Stamitz]] most especially. At this time the symphony was a structure still ....”<ref>Harrison, Julius, “Johannes Brahms” in Simpson, p. 318.</ref> Brahms's symphonies wed the compositional complexity of the Classical symphony wi
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  • '''Johannes Brahms''' (May 7, 1833 in Hamburg - April 3, 1897 in Vienna) was a German compose His father was a musician and double-bass player. His son Johannes had an older sister, Elise, and a younger brother, Friedrich. He had a gi
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  • {{r|Johannes Brahms}}
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  • * [http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cuo/S2001-6.mp3 Johannes Brahms's ''Symphony No. 1 in C minor'', Op. 68 (Andante sostenuto)]
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  • ==[[Johannes Brahms]]== *[[Symphony No. 1 (Brahms)|Symphony No. 1]] in C minor
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  • ...minent adherent of absolute music in the nineteenth century was [[Johannes Brahms]].
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  • *[[Johannes Brahms]] (Germany), four symphonies
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  • The death of [[Johann Sebastian Bach]] and the rise of the ''stile galant'' also saw a marked dec ...the orchestra is often the equal and occasionally the leader in the music. Brahms's first piano concerto was criticised as a "symphony with piano" for the e
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  • ...in 1746, which dealt with the events of the Jacobite uprising. In 1763, [[Johann Christian Bach]] composed a set of variations on 'God Save the King' for th
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  • |subject_name='''Johann Sebastian Bach''' |image_caption=The 1748 [[Johann Friedrich Agricola|Haussmann]] portrait of the composer.
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  • ...icult piece which is still often played and recorded today (and was one of Brahms’s favorite works). He discovered so-called “Tartini tones”, a type o ...ance'' (Hampshire, England: Ashgate, 2003), p. 13-28).</ref> Meanwhile, '''Johann Stamitz''' (1717-1757), a violin player located in Mannheim, and whose styl
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