Brahms

The Deeper Side of Brahms

Perhaps as well as any composer and frankly better than most, Johannes Brahms was able to convey the feeling of loss… the death of a close friend, an irretrievable loss of…

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The Playful Side of Brahms

People often think: “Brahms… mmm, serious.” And Brahms did in fact write lots of weighty, introspective music – all worthy of our attention. But he also had a playful side…

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Discovery Concert – Discover the Birthday Boys

Join us for this live one-hour Discovery Concert on radio station WWFM The Classical Network.

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Gentle Goodbyes

The first and final movements of many symphonies and concertos end with a bang! “Send them home on a high note!” But that is not universally the case. George Marriner…

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Scared ya Didn’t I?

Composer Johannes Brahms knew well the shock effect of sudden dynamic changes. George Marriner Maull exposes this Brahms trait as found in Movement 4 of Brahms’s Symphony No. 2. Inside…

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Turned Off or Turned On?

In his article for Music Australia entitled: What’s Turning Young People Off Classical Music Concerts? Graham Strahle poses the question “. . .what are the barriers that seem to be…

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Thank you and everyone involved for putting together all of these wonderful videos. With the current situation and thinking long-term, I wanted to help students in the Orchestra to grow as active listeners. We initially worked through Firebird and are now onto the New World Symphony. It’s been a lot of fun to read the students’ responses to the music, as they grow in insight and appreciation.

— NJ Music Educator, on the Orchestra’s Discovery Chat Videos

 

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