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Cellosonate Nr. 2 F-Dur Op. 99 - Johannes Brahms - Kammermusik = Chamber Music = Musique De Chambre

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Label: Deutsche Grammophon - 104 973/87 • Format: 15x, Vinyl LP, Stereo Box Set • Country: Germany • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Johannes Brahms - Kammermusik = Chamber Music = Musique De Chambre at Discogs. Complete your Johannes Brahms collection/5(7).
  2. Jan 20,  · Johannes Brahms Christoph Von Dohnanyi Symphonie No. 2, op 73 Haydn Variationen, op 56a Cleveland Orchestra (Teldec - DDD - ) Just as he did in his earlier CD of symphony no. 1, Dohnanyi captures the soul and spirit of Brahms in this performance of symphony no. 2. This CD is brilliant. Five Stars/5(5).
  3. Oct 07,  · Mix - Johannes Brahms, Sonate für Violoncello und Klavier, F-Dur, op. 99 YouTube Chopin - Cello Sonata in G minor, Op. 65 (Maria João Pires & Pavel Gomziakov) - .
  4. If the First Sonata shows Brahms the young man presenting his credentials as a scholar and a mature gentleman, the Cello Sonata No 2 in F major Op 99 is the work of an older man composing music with all the passion and sweep of youth.
  5. Johannes Brahms, Beaux Arts Trio, Berlin Philharmonic Octet, Quartetto Italiano, Menahem Pressler, György Sebök, Werner Haas, Hephzibah Menuhin - Brahms: Complete Chamber Music [Die Kammermusik / La Musique de Chambre] - buniussiraginnironbringer.infoinfo Music/5(6).
  6. In the second half of the nineteenth century it was above all Brahms who kept the traditional forms of chamber music alive. In doing so, he found himself in direct opposition to his leading Austro-German contemporaries; but while he could never reconcile himself to the ideals of Liszt and his ‘music of the future’, his admiration for certain of Wagner’s works was both genuine and open.

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