Johannes Brahms

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Hi Johannes Brahms (kaluwas [joːˈhanəs ˈbʁaːms]) (Mayo 7, 1833 – Abril 3, 1897), usa nga Aleman nga kompositor ngan pianista, amo an usa ha nangunguna nga musikero han panahon han Romantiko.

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Mga pagkukuhaan[igliwat | edit source]

  • Avins, Styra (ed), JOHANNES BRAHMS: Life and Letters (1997), selected and annotated by Styra Avins, Transl. by Joseph Eisinger and S. Avins, Oxford University Press.
  • Gál, Hans, Johannes Brahms: His Work and Personality, transl. from German by Joseph Stein, Knopf, New York, 1963; published in the UK by Wiedenfeld & Nicholson
  • Litzmann, Berthold, Clara Schumann: An Artist's Life based on Material found in Diaries and Letters, translated and abridged from the fourth German edition by Grace E. Hadow. McMillan, London, and Breitkopf and Härtel, Leipzig, 1913, vol. 2; reprinted at unspecified date. (Vol. 1 covers Clara's life up to 1850, before she met Brahms in 1853.)
  • Schumann, Clara, and Brahms, Johannes, Briefe aus den Jahren [Letters from the Years] 1853-1896, two vols., Band I: 1853-1871, Band 2: 1872-1896, with a "Geleitwort" (Preface) by Marie Schumann. To be called "Briefe"
  • Schumann, Eugenie, The Schumanns and Johannes Brahms: The Memoirs of Eugenie Schumann, English Edition 1927, reprinted 1991 by Music Book Society, Lawrence, Massachusetts, ISBN 1-878156-01-2; translated by Marie Busch from the German original Erinnerungen von Eugenie Schumann, 1925. To be called "Eugenie Schumann."
  • Swafford, Jan, 1997, 1999, 2012, Johannes Brahms: A biography, Knopf, New York (1997), Vintage (1999), ISBN 0-679-74582-3, Random House Digital, 2012, ISBN 9780307809896

Padugang nga barasahon[igliwat | edit source]

  • Deiters/Newmarch. (1888). Johannes Brahms: A Biographical Sketch. Fisher Unwin (reissued by Cambridge University Press, 2009; ISBN 978-1-108-00479-4)
  • Johannes Brahms: Life and Letters, ISBN 0-19-816234-0 by Brahms himself, edited by Styra Avins, translated by Josef Eisinger (1998). A biography by way of comprehensive footnotes to a collection of Brahms's letters (some translated into English for the first time). Elucidates some previously contentious matters, such as Brahms's reasons for declining the Cambridge invitation.
  • Brahms, His Life and Work, by Karl Geiringer, photographs by Irene Geiringer (1987, ISBN 0-306-80223-6). A biography and discussion of his musical output, supplemented by, and cross-referenced with, the body of correspondence sent to Brahms.
  • Charles Rosen discusses a number of Brahms's imitations of Beethoven in chapter 9 of his Critical Entertainments: Music Old and New (2000; Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ISBN 0-674-17730-4).
  • Brahms by Malcolm MacDonald is a biography and discussion of virtually everything Brahms composed, along with chapters examining his position in Romantic music, his devotion to Early Music, and his influence on later composers. (Dent 'Master Musicians' series, 1990; 2nd edition Oxford, 2001, ISBN 0-19-816484-X)
  • Late Idyll: The Second Symphony of Johannes Brahms, by Reinhold Brinkmann, translated by Peter Palmer. An analysis of Symphony No. 2 and meditation of its position in Brahms's career and in relation to 19th century ideas of melancholy. (1995, Harvard, ISBN 0-674-51175-1)
  • The Music of Brahms, by Michael Musgrave. Oxford, 1985 ISBN 0-19-816401-7

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