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 Post subject: Brahms
PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 1:04 pm 
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Help! Wanting to write a blog about Brahms as he's my favourite composer and fascinated about his life! Any suggestions on what to include? Thank you.


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Dear Judith,

An essay on Brahms has to include something about his relationship with the Schumanns: Robert and Clara. I think there is an entire soap opera there. Also you could touch upon his late blooming in composing his First Symphony and his reworking of his First Piano Concerto from a symphony to a piano concerto. Just some thoughts to help you out.

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 Post subject: Re: Brahms
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Digiti wrote:
Dear Judith,

An essay on Brahms has to include something about his relationship with the Schumanns: Robert and Clara. I think there is an entire soap opera there. Also you could touch upon his late blooming in composing his First Symphony and his reworking of his First Piano Concerto from a symphony to a piano concerto. Just some thoughts to help you out.
I am fascinated by that. As mentioned before, I think there may have been more behind closed doors!


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A blog devoted solely to Brahms' fornication? Juicy!!

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