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The Cambridge Companion to Brahms (Cambridge Companions to Music)  

This book contains 12 chapters by some of the foremost scholars and musicians giving a most comprehensive insight into the composers life and works.The first three chapters deal with Brahms' early life in Hamburg and his middle and later life in Vienna.The middle section of the book looks at his compositions and genres and the final section offers personal accounts of Brahms and his works by conductor Roger Norrington, composer Hugh Wood and editor of Brahms' original manuscripts Robert Pascall.Altogether a valuable asset to the student's library or that of anyone interested in this composer.

 

 

A Brahms Reader  

A well crafted book written with sympathetic and authoritative insight and an indispensible asset to your Brahms library.

 

 

Brahms (Life & Times)  

The author of this book has previously written studies of various German composers and writers of the nineteenth century as well as a book on Schutz, Handel and Bach..This book describes how Brahms rose to fame quickly as a young and dashing performer and composer.

 

 

 
 

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