Trio in A Minor for Violin; Violoncello and Piano four-hands by : Cord Garben : Johannes Brahms
“The adaptation of Brahms' four symphonies by the composer Friedrich Hermann (1828-1907); written during the composer's lifetime and published one year after his death; in 1898; are exemples of how this orchestral effect can be created through the addition of another pianist. Hermann called them 'works for pianoforte 4 hands with violin and violoncello.'
Members of piano trios have repeatedly expressed the desire for a usable chamber version of the Double Concerto; Op. 102 of Brahms; this wish is now being granted for the first time with the transference of the orchestral material in the spirit of Friedrich Hermann.
Taking the concerto character into consideration; the solo parts are only added to complete the piano part in the grand tutti of the first movement and in other brief tutti sections; this work is not to be regarded as a piano trio in the traditional sense. In a few places; the dynamics (originally conceived for the large orchestral apparatus) have been carefully adjusted to fulfil the requirements of balance and transparency so necessary in chamber music.”
| Media ||Softcover|
| Length x Width x Height||11.7 x 8.25 x 0.337 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.99 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL50601277|
|Voicing Description||Score & Parts|
| 1st Publication Date||02/2018|
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