Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 4 in E minor; Op. 98 by : Johannes Brahms : Robert Pascall
The genesis of the Fourth Symphony possibly goes back to the 1870s when Brahms was studying the Bach Cantata “Nach dir; Herr; verlanget mich;” whose chaconne theme forms the nucleus of the finale. Around 29 August 1885 Brahms wrote to Hans von Bülow from Mürzzuschlag in Styria: “However I have a few entr'acts – which together form what one would usually call a symphony. [...] I am afraid [...]; it takes after the climate in this region – the cherries do not ripen here.” Yet we are by no means speaking of “sour” cherries here. The work is today a part of the canon of classical-romantic symphonies. Our handy and inexpensive priced study edition is based on the musical text in the Johannes Brahms Complete Edition (HN 6015).
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|Publisher||Henle Urtext Edition|
| Media ||Softcover|
| Format ||Study Score|
| Length x Width x Height||9.5 x 6.75 x 0.462 inches |
| Shipping Weight||1.10 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL51489856|
|Voicing Description||Study Score|
| 1st Publication Date||10/2012|
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