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[125] Johannes Brahms - Violin Sonatas, Opp. 78, 100, 108

When it comes to Brahms, it seems my preferences lie along “less is more” lines.

Here, as with the Sonatas for Cello and Piano, I am able to focus on the fragile melody and precise playing in a way I was not with the big Symphonies.  98 more words

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Beethoven's "Eroica," Symphony #3 in E flat Major, Opus 55, 1803 - 1804

If I recall correctly, the tale goes somewhat like this:

Beethoven was chatting with his comrades in his home when one of the other men informs the maestro that Napoleon Bonaparte has just crowned himself Emperor of France.   1,239 more words

kurtnemes reblogged this on Kurt Nemes' Classical Music Almanac and commented:

Great, thoughtful, informative post about this piece and the historical context in which Beethoven birthed it. [youtube="https://youtu.be/YObQ6bP0eDQ"]

Orquestra XXI

2 setembro 2015  |  21:00

Obras de Francisco de Lacerda, Brahms/Berio e Tchaikovsky

Grande Auditório da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

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[124] Johannes Brahms - The Four Symphonies

I listened to these pieces for 14 hours yesterday.

And while I did at times notice moments of elegance and interest, at the end of the day the whole thing just washed over me unlike waves on a beach. 164 more words

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[123] Johannes Brahms - Sonatas for Cello & Piano, Opp. 38, 99, 108

This may have been exactly what I needed right now.

In the midst of a hectic and at times overwhelming summer, these contemplative and compassionate tones are literally music to my ears.  186 more words

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My Jesus, Who Didst Give

Title: My Jesus, Who Didst Give (Mein Jesu, der du mich)
Composer: Douglas, Winfred (harmonized Brahm’s Chorale Prelude, Op.122, No.1)
Arranger:
Editor:
Voices: SATBB
Accompaniment: 40 more words

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Famously Skewed

Not all of these paintings by Quebec-based artist Mathieu Laca are of famous people such as Charles Baudelaire, Virginia Woolf, Johannes Brahms and Henry David Thoreau. 183 more words

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