Double Concerto A minor Op. 102 by : Johannes Brahms : Michael Struck
Between 1859 and 1885 Johannes Brahms; with his four symphonies; two piano concertos; violin concerto; dances; variations and overtures; became the representative of large-scale orchestral music. In 1887 he chose the violin and violoncello as solo instruments for his Double Concerto in a minor op. 102; since he had outstanding soloists at his disposal. After the premiere of Brahm's second cello sonata; cellist Robert Hausmann had requested a concert piece; while the renowned violinist Joseph Joachim was Brahms's friend and had premiered his Violin Concerto; among other things. After the dark-hued Fourth Symphony this concerto comes across as strikingly optimistic and conciliatory. We now offer the score; also published as part of our New Complete Edition; in a convenient study edition.
|Publisher||G. Henle Verlag|
| Media ||Softcover|
| Format ||Study Score|
| Length x Width x Height||9.5 x 6.75 x 0.543 inches |
| Shipping Weight||1.63 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL51489852|
|Voicing Description||Study Score|
| 1st Publication Date||11/2006|
Title: Brahms: Concerto for Violin; Violoncello and Orchestra a minor op. 102
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