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Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98

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One of the most original of Brahms' symphonic works, the Fourth Symphony is endlessly resourceful in its melodic beauty, the ingenuity of its structure, and in the fine balance between its movements, from the wistful air of its opening measures to its splendid and formidable passacaglia finale.
Symphony No. 4 is published here in full score, with bar-numbered movements. Ide
Paperback, 112 pages
Published July 10th 1997 by Dover Publications (first published August 1st 1981)
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In 1833, Johannes Brahms was born in Germany. As a teenager playing for drunken sailors in a Hamburg bar, Brahms would prop up books of poetry to read as a diversion. His favorite poet was the anticlerical G.F. Daumer, described by the Catholic Encyclopedia as "an enemy of Christianity". Brahms' works were influenced by such writers as Hoffman, Friedrich Schiller and Robert Burns. He was well-read ...more
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