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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The eight essays in Brahms Studies 2 provide a rich sampling of contemporary Brahms research. In his examination of editions of Brahm's music, George Bozarth questions the popular notion that most of the composer's music already exists in reliable critical editions. Daniel Beller-McKenna reconsiders the younger Brahm's involvement in musical politics at mid-century. The cantata Rinaldo is the centerpiece of Carol Hess's consideration of Brahm's music as autobiographical statement. Heather Platt's exploration of the twentieth-century reception of Brahm's Lieder reveals that advocates of Hugo Wolf's aesthetics have shaped the discourse concerning the composer's songs & calls for an approach more clearly based on Brahms's aesthetics. In his examination of the rise of the "great symphony" as a critical category that carried with it a nearly impossible standard to meet, Walter Frisch provides a rich context in which to understand Brahm's well-known early struggle with the genre. Kenneth Hull suggests that Brahms used ironic allusions to Bach & Beethoven in the tragic Fourth Symphony in order to subvert the enduring assumption that a minor-key symphony will end triumphantly in the major mode. Peter H. Smith examines Brahm's late style by concentrating on Neapolitan tonal relations in the Clarinet Sonata in F Minor. Finally, the editor delineates the complex evolution of Brahm's reception of Mendelssohn's music. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: The eight essays in Brahms Studies 2 provide a rich sampling of contemporary Brahms research. In his examination of editions of Brahms?s music, George Bozarth questions the popular notion that most of the composer?s music already exists in reliable critical editions. Daniel Beller-McKenna reconsiders the younger Brahms?s involvement in musical politics at midcentury. The cantata Rinaldo is the centerpiece of Carol Hess?s consideration of Brahms?s music as autobiographical statement. Heather Platt?s exploration of the twentieth-century reception of Brahms?s Lieder reveals that advocates of Hugo Wolf?s aesthetics have shaped the discourse concerning the composer?s songs and calls for an approach more clearly based on Brahms?s aesthetics.

In his examination of the rise of the ?great symphony? as a critical category that carried with it a nearly impossible standard to meet, Walter Frisch provides a rich context in which to understand Brahms?s well-known early struggle with the genre. Kenneth Hull suggests that Brahms used ironic allusions to Bach and Beethoven in the tragic Fourth Symphony in order to subvert the enduring assumption that a minor-key symphony will end triumphantly in the major mode. Peter H. Smith examines Brahms?s late style by concentrating on Neapolitan tonal relations in the Clarinet Sonata in F Minor. Finally, David Brodbeck delineates the complex evolution of Brahms?s reception of Mendels-sohn?s music.

Über den Autor: David Brodbeck is an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh, where he chairs the Department of Music. He is a former president of the American Brahms Society and the author of Brahms: Symphony No. 1.

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