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Brahms 2
Biographical, Documentary and Analytical Studies

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Michael Musgrave, Siegfried Kross, Otto Biba, Imogen Fellinger, George S. Bozarth, Virginia Hancock, Robert Pascall, Arnold Whittall, Allen Forte, Christopher Wintle, Louise Litterick, Nigel Simeone
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  • Date Published: June 2006
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521027021

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  • This second volume of Brahms studies contains twelve contributions by leading international authorities on various music. Like the preceding volume of the same title (edited by Robert Pascall), Michael Musgrave's volume aims to provide original scholarly material on different facets of a major composer still inadequately discussed in book form and employs more precise methods of analysis and more critical approaches to materials then generally available in writings on Brahms in English. Half of the volume takes the music itself as focus, though from very different vantage points. There are two studies of a single opus (the two String Quartets Op. 51 Nos, 1 and 2), discussions of the Fourth Symphony and the motet 'Warum', and a view of Brahms's harmony. The underlying historical theme emerges more openly in an account of Brahms's interest in German Renaissance music. The remaining essays give details of the state of Brahms's unpublished compositions and arrangements at his death and the problematic disposal of his possessions (including musical ones), explore his own attitude to his historical position, and outline the reception of his music in Germany and, to begin with, in England.

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    • Date Published: June 2006
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521027021
    • length: 264 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 x 18 mm
    • weight: 0.403kg
    • contains: 4 b/w illus. 6 tables 76 music examples
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of illustrations
    Preface
    1. Brahms and England Michael Musgrave
    2. The establishment of a Brahms repertoire 1980–1902 Siegfried Kross
    3. New light on the Brahms Nachlass Otto Biba
    4. Brahms's 'Way': a composer's self-view Imogen Fellinger
    5. Brahms's posthumous compositions and arrangements: editorial problems and questions of authenticity George S. Bozarth
    6. Brahms's links with German Renaissance music: a discussion of selected choral works Virginia Hancock
    7. Brahms's Missa canonica and its recomposition in his Motet 'Warum' Op. 74 No. 1 Robert Pascall
    8. The String Quartets Op. 51 No. 1 in C minor and No. 2 in A minor: a preface Michael Musgrave and Robert Pascall
    9. Two of a kind? Brahms's Op. 51 finales Arnold Whittall
    10. Motivic design and structural levels in the first movement of Brahms's String Quartet in C minor Allen Forte
    11. The 'Sceptred Pall': Brahm's progressive harmony Christopher Wintle
    12. Brahms the indecisive: notes on the first movement of the Fourth Symphony Louise Litterick
    Appendix: exhibition handlist Nigel Simeone
    Index.

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    Michael Musgrave

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    Michael Musgrave, Siegfried Kross, Otto Biba, Imogen Fellinger, George S. Bozarth, Virginia Hancock, Robert Pascall, Arnold Whittall, Allen Forte, Christopher Wintle, Louise Litterick, Nigel Simeone

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