Piano Trio No 1 in B Major Opus 8

Violine . Horn in Es . ( oder Violoncello ) ( oder Viola ) BRAHMS , Trios . Trio I. Trio III . Op . 8 . Op . 87 . ... Trio , Op . 114 H dur Es dur C dur C moll A moll - - Si majeur Mib majeur Ut majeur - B major Eb major C major - Ut ...

Author: Johannes Brahms

Publisher: Alfred Music

ISBN: 1457487454

Category: Music

Page: 88

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Expertly arranged Chamber Trio by Johannes Brahms from the Kalmus Edition series. This Trio is from the Romantic era.
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Piano Trio No 1 in B Major Op 8

Expertly arranged Chamber Trio by Johannes Brahms from the Kalmus Edition series. This Trio is from the Romantic era.

Author: Johannes Brahms

Publisher: Warner Bros Publications

ISBN: 0769278639

Category: Music

Page: 84

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Expertly arranged Chamber Trio by Johannes Brahms from the Kalmus Edition series. This Trio is from the Romantic era.
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Clara Schumann Studies

2 Piano Trio in B♭, Op. 97, 'Archduke' Grand Trio in G minor, Op. 12 Grand Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 75 Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 86 Piano Trio No. 3, Op. 95 Piano Trio No. 1 in Bmajor, D898 Piano Trio No.

Author: Joe Davies

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108787734

Category: Music

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Since the 1980s, when she re-emerged from the peripheries into a more central position in music studies, Clara Schumann (1819–1896) has exerted an enduring fascination over the scholarly and popular imagination. Revisionist biographies, the uncovering of primary sources (diaries, letters, memorabilia), and filmic and literary depictions of Schumann have all brought into sharper focus the details and reception of her life, while simultaneously drawing attention to how much there is still to learn about her creativity. This book brings together a team of leading scholars to reappraise Clara Schumann in three particular respects: first, by delving deeper into her social and musical contexts; secondly, by offering fresh analytical perspectives on her songs and instrumental music; and thirdly, by reconsidering her legacy as a pianist and teacher. In doing so, the volume not only contributes to a rounded picture of Schumann's creative vision, but also opens up new pathways in the wider study of women in music.
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Johannes Brahms

Trios PIANO TRIO NO. 1 IN B FLAT MAJOR, OP. 8 653. 654. 655. 656. Cook, Nicholas. “Performing Rewriting and Rewriting Performance: The First Movement of Brahms's Piano Trio, op. 8.” Dutch Journal of Music Theory/Tijdschrift voor ...

Author: Heather Platt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135847081

Category: Music

Page: 576

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First published in 2011. Johannes Brahms: A Research and Information Guide is an annotated bibliography concerning both the nature of primary sources related to the composer and the scope and significance of the secondary sources which deal with him, his compositions, and his influence as a composer and performer. The second edition will include research published since the publication of the first edition and provide electronic resources.
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Bending the Rules of Music Theory

2 160 Piano Sonata no. 3 in F minor, op. 5, mvt. 5 159 Piano Trio no. 1 in B major, op. 8, 1854 version, mvt. 1 140 Piano Trio no. 2 in C major, op. 87, mvt. 2 165 “Ruhe, Süssliebchen,” op. 33, no. 9 291 “Sankt Raphael,” WoO 34, no.

Author: Timothy Cutler

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351069151

Category: Music

Page: 314

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For students learning the principles of music theory, it can often seem as though the tradition of tonal harmony is governed by immutable rules that define which chords, tones, and intervals can be used where. Yet even within the classical canon, there are innumerable examples of composers diverging from these foundational "rules." Drawing on examples from composers including J.S. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Brahms, and more, Bending the Rules of Music Theory seeks to take readers beyond the basics of music theory and help them to understand the inherent flexibility in the system of tonal music. Chapters explore the use of different rule-breaking elements in practice and why they work, introducing students to a more nuanced understanding of music theory.
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Complete Piano Trios

CONTENTS Editors Commentary Trio No. 1 for Piano, Violin, and Cello in B Major, Op. 8, Original Version (1854) Allegro con moto, 1. Scherzo: Allegro molto, 22. Adagio non troppo, 36. Finale: Allegro molto agitato, 44. Trio No.

Author: Johannes Brahms

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486257693

Category: Music

Page: 289

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All five piano trios — the A Minor, B Major, C Major, C Minor and E-flat Major Trios (Opp. 114, 8, 87, 101 and 40) in the definitive Breitkopf & Härtel edition.
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Chamber Music

1, Ghost 54 Piano Trio in E-flat major, Op. 70, No. 2 56 String Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 74, Harp 59 String Quartet in F minor, Op. 95, Quartett Serioso 60 Piano Trio in B-flat major, ... 1 in B major, Op. 8 88 String Sextet No.

Author: James M. Keller

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190206390

Category: Music

Page: 517

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Originally published in hardcover in 2011.
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Graphic Music Analysis

6, 282–90 Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, op. 15, 95 Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, op. 83, I, 31 Piano Quartet No. 3 in C Minor, op. 60, I, 106n4; III, 28 Piano Quintet in F Minor, op. 34, 273 Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, op. 8 ...

Author: Eric Wen

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538104675

Category: Music

Page: 390

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This book approaches Schenkerian analysis in a practical and accessible manner fit for the classroom, guiding readers through a step-by-step process. It is suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students of musicology, music theory, composition, and performance, and it is replete with a wide variety of musical examples.
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Lateness and Brahms

1 in B major (Op. 8), 99, 183, 192 Piano Trio No. 2 in C major (Op. 87), 88 Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor (Op. 101), 40, 42–45, 46–47, 50–55, 56–57, 68 Rhapsody for piano in E-flat (Op. 119, No. 4), 129 Serenade No. 1 in D major (Op. 11), ...

Author: Margaret Notley

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195305470

Category: Music

Page: 254

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Takes up the problem of how Brahms fits into the culture of turn-of-the-century Vienna. This book examines the stylistic and a historical category of 'lateness' as it relates to the nineteenth century Viennese composer. It also looks at Brahms' place in narratives of lateness in both music and social history.
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Past Sounds

now feel that the boundaries between music and emotion are not so sharply divided as Hanslick thought. ... Brahms achieves an admirable fusion of Classical principles with Romantic style in the piano trio no 1 in B major op.8 of 1854.

Author: Gillian Perrin

Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers

ISBN: 9781528991612

Category: Music

Page: 240

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This is a book about classical music – for people who say they love music “but don’t understand how it works”, as well as for performers and music students of all ages. Proposing that deeper enjoyment begins with an understanding of music’s basic structures, the book describes how the simple template of earlier dance-songs was adapted by composers writing music for instruments. The instrumental sonata became one of the great formal frameworks of western music: in symphonies, concertos, chamber music and solo sonatas, it dominated concert music for some 250 years – yet it is little understood by many music lovers. To simplify this vast field, Past Sounds singles out for study “sonatas” for piano trio – piano, violin and ’cello. These instruments have well-contrasted and easily identifiable sounds, and as the story unfolds the reader is introduced to many rarely heard but beautiful works for piano trio. This is a lively, clearly-written narrative as well as a handbook for subsequent listening. The book has two distinctive features. Firstly, technical terms are carefully explained, and for those not familiar with music notation, audio clips in an accompanying website reproduce the actual sound of the music described. Secondly, in a broad historical sweep from mid-18th to 20th centuries, the development of the sonata is followed in its context of contemporary arts and literature – demonstrating how the sonata idea of classical music well deserves to be understood and valued as a western cultural archetype alongside other great artistic and literary forms.
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