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Johannes Brahms: The Symphonies - 4 Volume Slipcase: Orchestra

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COMPOSER: Johannes Brahms
PUBLISHER: G. Henle Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Study Score
Johannes Brahms only approached the symphony genre slowly and with a great many qualms. After he had revised and rejected numerous earlier attempts, he did not introduce himself to the public as a symphonic composer until November 1876 with his Opus 68. Three further symphonies were to follow in
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Composer Johannes Brahms
Publisher G. Henle Verlag
Product Format Study Score
Year of Publication 2013
StylePeriodView Description Romantic
ISMN 9790201898902
Instrumentation Orchestra
No. HN9890
Number of pages 757
Series Henle Urtext Editions
Composer Johannes Brahms
Editor Robert Pascall
Description
Johannes Brahms only approached the symphony genre slowly and with a great many qualms. After he had revised and rejected numerous earlier attempts, he did not introduce himself to the public as a symphonic composer until November 1876 with his Opus 68. Three further symphonies were to follow in less than ten years. Today, these four symphonies are core works in the symphonic repertoire and at the same time are milestones documenting the progress of the Brahms Complete Edition, based in Kiel and initiated in 1996 with the First Symphony. Since then the renowned Brahms scholars Robert Pascall and Michael Struck have published all four works in the Complete Edition. We have takenthis opportunity to bring together Brahms’ symphonies in one reasonably priced slipcase: Research on the highest level in four convenient study scores.
Songlist
  • 1. Symphony No.1 In C Minor Op.68
  • 2. Symphony No.2 In D Op.73
  • 3. Symphony No.3 In F Op.90
  • 4. Symphony No.4 In E Minor Op.98
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