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Johannes Brahms - Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4 / Piano Concerto No. 1 / Alto Rhapsody flac album

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Performer: Johannes Brahms
Title: Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4 / Piano Concerto No. 1 / Alto Rhapsody
Released: 1995
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.8 ✦

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4, Piano Concerto No. 1, Alto Rhapsody (1995) by Johannes Brahms. This album has an average beat per minute of 103 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/172 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Symphonies nos. 1, Alto Rhapsody. 1. Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90: I. Allegro con brio.

Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 1 D-Moll, In D Minor, Op. 15. 2-1.

98 by Johannes Brahms is the last of his symphonies. Brahms began working on the piece in Mürzzuschlag, then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, in 1884, just a year after completing his Symphony No. 3. It was premiered on October 25, 1885 in Meiningen, Germany. First movement: Allegro non troppo. Second movement: Andante moderato. Third movement: Allegro giocoso. Progressive rock group Yes's keyboardist Rick Wakeman abridged and arranged the third movement for various keyboards in the instrumental "Cans and Brahms" from the 1971 album Fragile. MacDonald, Malcolm (1990). Piano Concerto No. 2. Violin Concerto. Vocal/Choral works with orchestra.

In 1882 Brahms completed his Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 83, dedicated to his teacher Marxsen. Brahms was invited by Hans von Bülow to undertake a premiere of the work with the Meiningen Court Orchestra; this was the beginning of his collaboration with Meiningen and with von Bülow, who was to rank Brahms as one of the 'Three Bs'; in a letter to his wife he wrote "You know what. Brahms wrote a number of major works for orchestra, including two Serenades, four symphonies, two piano concertos (No. 1 in D minor; No. 2 in B-flat major), a Violin Concerto, a Double Concerto for violin and cello, and two companion orchestral overtures, the Academic Festival Overture and the Tragic Overture. His large choral work A German Requiem is not a setting of the liturgical Missa pro defunctis but a setting of texts which Brahms selected from the Luther Bible.

Not until the mature age of 43 did Johannes Brahms finally complete his first symphony. Many works, particularly chamber pieces, were written with a symphonic ideal in mind and are thought to be preparatory to his final foray into the symphony. This Virgin Classics album features the Third and Fourth symphonies performed by the Houston Symphony under Christoph Eschenbach. These readings are youthful and vibrant and, like many Eschenbach recordings, focus on maintaining forward momentum without sacrificing nuance and attention to detail.

For Piano 4 hands (Brahms). Complete Score - . 7MB, 51 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/V/V - 3222 ⇩ - Morel. PDF scanned by US-R Morel (2011/12/12). Orchestral Music by Johannes Brahms. Overtures, Dances, Serenades, Variations: Academic Festival Overture, O. 0. Symphonies: Symphony N. in C minor, O. 8. Symphony N. in D, O.

Album · 1999 · 10 Songs. 3, Op. 83: I. Lento - Animato, Risoluto - Allegretto. Lan Shui & Singapore Symphony Orchestra. 83: II. Allegro Pesante.

Grace Hoffman (alto), Claudio Arrau (piano), Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Rafael Kubelik. Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, Op. 50:21. Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks. Claudio Arrau (piano). Recorded: 24 April 1964. Recording Venue: Herkulessaal der Residenz München, Germany.

Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). The three discs in the set include not only the four symphonies but the Haydn Variations, the Alto Rhapsody (with Christa Ludwig), and the Academic and Tragic Overtures. Klemperer's way with the First Symphony is as granitelike as always, yet the music flows almost unconsciously from his direction. The famous march tune in the Finale is, of course, as prominent as ever and crowns the work for the heroic tones that precede it; but even the prior three movements show the power and conviction of both Brahms and Klemperer.


Symphony No. 3 F-Dur / In F, Op. 90
1-1 Allegro Con Brio
1-2 Andante
1-3 Poco Allegretto
1-4 Allegro
Symphony No. 4 E-Moll / In E Minor, Op. 98
1-5 Allegro Non Troppo
1-6 Andante Moderato
1-7 Allegro Giocoso
1-8 Allegro Energico E Passionato
Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 1 D-Moll / In D Minor, Op. 15
2-1 Maestoso, Poco Piu Moderato
2-2 Adagio
2-3 Rondo, Allegro Non Troppo
2-4 Alto Rhapsody, Op. 53

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Opus
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Selected Sound Carrier


  • Alto Vocals – Ľuba Baricová (tracks: 2-4)
  • Choir – Slovak Philharmonic Chorus (tracks: 2-4)
  • Conductor – Hans Swarowsky (tracks: 2-4), Ladislav Slovák (tracks: 2-1 to 2-3), Ľudovít Rajter (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)
  • Orchestra – Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Piano – Peter Toperczer (tracks: 2-1 to 2-3)


Gold Surface CD
Running Time: CD1: 76:16, CD2: 60:17

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 619929 157622