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Johannes Brahms – Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor, Op. 60 “Werther” (Trio Arte and Gérard Caussé)

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on June 26, 2017

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Young Musicians on World Stages

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JOHANNES BRAHMS – Liebeslieder Waltzes, Op.52 – (Love Songs)

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on February 14, 2017

Murray State University Concert Choir performs Brahms in Lovett Auditorium

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Liebeslieder Walzer, Op. 52

1. Rede, Mädchen SATB
2. Am Gesteine rauscht die Flut SATB (1:09)
3. O die Frauen TB (1:49)
4. Wie des Abends schöne Röte SA (3:01)
5. Die grüne Hopfenranke SATB (3:49)
6. Ein kleiner, hübscher Vogel SATB (5:46)
7. Wohl schön bewandt war es S (A) (8:11)
8. Wenn so lind dein Auge mir SATB (9:39)
9. Am Donaustrande SATB (11:07)
10. O wie sanft die Quelle SATB (13:16)
11. Nein, es ist nicht auszukommen SATB (14:09)
12. Schlosser auf, und mache Schlösser SATB (14:59)
13. Vögelein durchrauscht die Luft SA (15:39)
14. Sieh, wie ist die Welle klar TB (16:25)
15. Nachtigall, sie singt so schön SATB (17:17)
16. Ein dunkeler Schacht ist Liebe SATB (18:37)
17. Nicht wandle, mein Licht T (19:52)
18. Es bebet das Gesträuche SATB (21:48)

Neue Liebeslieder, Op. 65 (1869-74)

No. 1 Verzicht, o Herz, auf Rettung (23:13)
No. 2: Finstere Schatten der Nacht (23:57)
No. 3: An jeder Hand der Finger (25:28)
No. 4: Ihr schwarzen Augen (26:48)
No. 5: Wahre, wahre deinen Sohn (27:23)
No. 6: Rosen steckt mir an die Mutter (28:26)
No. 7: Vom Gebirge Well’ auf Well’ (29:22)
No. 8: Weiche Gräser im Revier (30:25)
No. 9: Nagen am Herzen (31:55)
No. 10: Ich kose süß mit der und der (33:00)
No. 11: Alles, alles in den Wind (34:04)
No. 12: Schwarzer Wald, dein Schatten ist so düster! (35:04)
No. 13: Nein, Geliebter, setze dich (37:44)
No. 14: Flammenauge, dunkles Haar (39:24)
Zum Schluß: Nun, ihr Musen, genug! (44:04)

BBC Singers conducted by Jane Glover
Catherine Edwards and John Alley, piano 4-hands

Liebeslieder Waltzes are distributed across two opus numbers: 52 and 65. The waltzes are a collection of love songs in Ländler style for voices and four hands piano. The lyrics for the Liebeslieder come from Georg Friedrich Daumer’s Polydora collection of folk songs and love poems. While there is no concrete record indicating the exact inspiration for the Waltzes, there is speculation that Brahms’ motivation for the songs was his frustrated love for pianist Clara Schumann, composer Robert Schumann’s wife

Neue Liebeslieder, Op. 65 (New Love Songs), also known as Neue Liebesliederwalzer, is a collection of Romantic pieces written for four solo voices and four hands on the piano. The Neue Liebeslieder were written during the Romantic period between 1869 and 1874. The text of the songs is adapted from folk songs of various areas of Europe including Turkey, Poland, Latvia, and Sicily. The text for songs 1 through 14 were translated and compiled by Georg Friedrich Daumer in his poem series, Polydora; the text for the fifteenth and final song, entitled Zum Schluß (In Conclusion), was written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

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Gustavo Dudamel – Hungarian Dance No. 5 – Brahms

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on January 28, 2017

Gustavo Dudamel – Hungarian Dance No. 5 – Brahms

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on January 10, 2017

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Brahms Hungarian Dance No.1 – Evgeny Kissin

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on August 1, 2016

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Brahms Sonata f-moll for two pianos – Anastasia & Lubov Gromoglasova

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on July 26, 2016

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BRAHMS – Vocal Quartets

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on February 27, 2016

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Brahms – Piano Concerto No. 1 | Hélène Grimaud [HD]

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on February 18, 2016
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Brahms: Variations on a theme by Haydn – Pianists Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire

Posted in Theme and Variations by Higher Density Blog on October 28, 2015
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Vilde Frang plays Mozart and Brahms

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on October 25, 2015
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Peter Serkin, Orion String Quartet – Brahms Piano Quintet Fm

Posted in Composers, Quintet by Higher Density Blog on August 25, 2015
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Peter Serkin & the Orion String Quartet
Brahms: Piano Quintet in F Minor
April 18, 2010 at 92nd Street Y
http://www.92y.org/concerts

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Brahms -JOHANNES BRAHMS – Complete Symphonies (C minor, D major, F major, E minor) – Orchestral works (Op.81,81,53)

Posted in Composers, Orchestra by Higher Density Blog on May 12, 2015

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Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68:
I. Un poco sostenuto – Allegro – 00:00
II. Andante sostenuto – 14:07
III. Un poco allegretto e grazioso – 23:33
IV. Adagio – Più andante – Allegro non troppo, ma con brio – Più allegro – 28:15
Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 73:
I. Allegro non troppo – 44:16
II. Adagio non troppo – 59:19
III. Allegretto grazioso (quasi andantino) – 01:08:38
IV. Allegro con spirito – 01:14:07
Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90:
I. Allegro con brio – 01:23:23
II. Andante – 01:36:28
III. Poco allegretto – 01:44:45
IV. Allegro – 01:50:58
Symphony No. 4 in E minor Op. 98:
I. Allegro non troppo – 02:00:13
II. Moderato – 02:12:38
III. Giocoso – 02:22:58
IV. Energico e passionato – 02:29:36

Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn:
Thema. Chorale St. Antoni. Andante – 02:39:24
Variation I. Poco più animato (Andante con moto) – 02:41:25
Variation II. Più vivace (Vivace) – 02:42:31
Variation III. Con moto – 02:43:28
Variation IV. Andante con moto (Andante) – 02:45:06
Variation V. Vivace (Poco presto) – 02:46:49
Variation VI. Vivace – 02:47:43
Variation VII. Grazioso – 02:49:01
Variation VIII. Presto non troppo (Poco presto) – 02:51:41
Finale. Andante – 02:52:38

Academic Festival Overture Op. 80 – 02:56:31
Tragic Overture Op. 81 – 03:06:47
Alto Rhapsody Op. 53 – 03:19:25

Perfrormers:
mezzo-soprano – Christa Ludwig
Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus
conductor – Otto Klemperer

Brahms Waltzes for Two Pianos, op.39 – Anastasia Gromoglasova, Lubov Gromoglasova

Posted in Musical Forms by Higher Density Blog on April 7, 2015
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Conductor Carlos Kleiber – Mozart Symphony No 36 – Brahms Symphony No 2

Posted in Conducting by Higher Density Blog on March 28, 2015

Samuel van Swol

Brahms – Hungarian Dances – 2 Pianos

Posted in 2 Pianos, Brahms by Higher Density Blog on August 17, 2014

EvaYoungPianist

Anne-Sophie Mutter – Brahms – Violin Sonata No 2 in A major, Op 100

Posted in Brahms, Pianist, Sonata, Violin by Higher Density Blog on August 15, 2014

Opus 13

Johannes Brahms
Violin Sonata No 2 in A major, Op 100

1 Allegro amabile
2 Andante tranquillo – Vivace
3 Allegretto grazioso (quasi andante)

Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin
Lambert Orkis, piano

Brahms – Piano Concerto No. 1 in Dm – Pianist Hélène Grimaud – Conductor Michael Gielen

Posted in Brahms, Classical, Classical, Concerto, Interview, Music, Orchestra, Piano by Higher Density Blog on July 30, 2014

Andy Granko

 

A-Level Seminar 2011 – Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Opus 34

Posted in Brahms, Cello, Concert, Education, Music, Music History, Piano, Presentation, Quintet, Scherzo, Viola, Violin by Higher Density Blog on May 22, 2014

London Symphony Orchestra ·193 videos

A quintet of LSO musicians, led by animateur Rachel Leach, explore the third movement of Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Opus 34.

This video is a specially produced recording of LSO Discovery’s annual A-level seminar, and will be of particular use to students taking their A-level music exam (Edexcel syllabus) in summer 2011.

Animateur: Rachel Leach

First Violin: Rhys Watkins
Second Violin: Louise Shackelton
Violia: Malcolm Johnston
Cello: Jonny Byers
Piano: Liz Burley

For more information on LSO Discovery’s work for teachers and schools, please see http://lso.co.uk/page/3154/For+School…

Brahms – Ein Deutsches Requiem – Herbert von Karajan

Posted in Brahms, Choir, Music, Orchestra by Higher Density Blog on May 9, 2014

TatanBrown·232 videos

JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833 – 1897)
Ein deutsches Requiem op. 45

IV. Wie lieblich sind Deine Wohnungen

J. Brahms – Hungarian dances for two pianos

Posted in Brahms, Composers, Music, Piano by Higher Density Blog on April 25, 2014

Anna Seredenko·151 videos

J. Brahms. Hungarian dances for two pianos

A.Seredenko (piano), Pavel Kachnov (piano)
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