EVDOL 043 — Majestic Brahms: The Third Great “B”
Johannes Brahms, Classical and Romantic, conservative and progressive, represents the amalgamation of Bach and Beethoven at the peak of the Romantic movement. Schumann once declared that Brahms was “the savior of German music,” and history proved him right. Warm, lyrical, and romantically expressive, Brahms’s piano music is a must in the standard repertoire of any pianist. His pianism is unique as is his fascinating personality. We focus on his extensive output of piano works from the 1850s to 1890s. The ability to read music is helpful, but not required.
Please note: This course can be taken as one, 12-week course or separately in any combination of short courses. Please see short courses EVDOL 083, EVDOL 084, and EVDOL 085 for more information.
Monday 6 – 7:30 pm
September 25 – December 11
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