Brahms


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Brahms

 (brämz), Johannes 1833-1897.
German composer. His works blend classical tradition with a romantic impulse and include concertos, four symphonies, chamber music, and choral compositions.

Brahms′i·an adj.

Brahms

(brɑːmz)
n
(Biography) Johannes (joˈhanəs). 1833–97, German composer, whose music, though classical in form, exhibits a strong lyrical romanticism. His works include four symphonies, four concertos, chamber music, and A German Requiem (1868)

Brahms

(brɑmz)

n.
Jo•han•nes (yoʊˈhɑ nəs) 1833–97, German composer.
Brahms′i•an, adj.
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Noun1.Brahms - German composer who developed the romantic style of both lyrical and classical music (1833-1897)Brahms - German composer who developed the romantic style of both lyrical and classical music (1833-1897)
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References in classic literature ?
Beethoven and Brahms or Lehar and Lionel Morickton; HIGGINS.
After visiting the National Gallery, or Hertford House, or hearing Brahms or Beethoven at the Bechstein Hall, she would come back to find a new person awaiting her, in whose soul were imbedded some grains of the invaluable substance which she still called reality, and still believed that she could find.
Down in the Emily's cabin was them three soaks--you know them-- Fowler and Curtis and that Brahms chap.
As soon as Brahms had grunted himself out, she gave him her card and said, "That is where we live; if you preferred, you could call for the umbrella after the concert, but I didn't like to trouble you when it has all been our fault.
I don't like the Brahms, though, nor the Mendelssohn that came first--and ugh
Tibby only cares for cultured females singing Brahms.
For the first time, the University of Oregon will present an ambitious concert cycle that will feature the complete chamber works with piano by Johannes Brahms, bringing different works to the stage each quarter.
After publishing his first ten opuses in 1854-56, Brahms reassessed his creative standing.
Brahms found his first symphony a challenge, particularly as he felt the influence of earlier masters such as Beethoven and Wagner.
Fingerings that "originate partly from Brahms and partly from Clara Schumann" are marked in italics.