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Johannes Brahms Lyrics

We have lyrics for these tracks by Johannes Brahms:

Die Mainacht Wann der silberne Mond durch die Gesträuche blinkt, Und sein…
Lullaby Guten Abend, gut' Nacht, Mit Rosen bedacht, Mit Näglein be…
Wiegenlied Guten Abend, gut' Nacht, Mit Rosen bedacht, Mit Näglein be…

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Dávid Rehák

Johannes Brahms:7 Fantázia Op.116
1.d-moll Capriccio (Presto energico) 00:05
2.a-moll Intermezzo (Andante - Non troppo presto - Andante) 02:45
3.g-moll Capriccio (Allegro passionato - Un poco meno Allegro - Tempo I) 07:03
4.E-dúr Intermezzo (Adagio) 10:59
5.e-moll Intermezzo (Andante con grazia ed intimissimo sentimento) 15:52
6.E-dúr Intermezzo (Andantino teneramente) 19:16
7.d-moll Capriccio (Allegro agitato) 23:04
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Simon Kawasaki

The fourth piece, the Intermezzo in E, is truly one of my favorite piano works. How well-crafted the harmonies are! It moves me every time I hear it.

Oyl 334

I melt everytime the third subject comes

Kowalski Analysis

The E to E augmented chord in the intermezzo in E is so beautiful. Simple yet so triumphant

Kowalski Analysis

@fildog right at the beginning. 11:00


which one

Kowalski Analysis

And resolving to the A

James Mitchell

23:31 is my favorite thing to play right now. I can’t quite play the rest of this piece but who cares. I’m happy just looping this crazy 6/8 forever. Listen to it at 25%, then 50%, then 75%, then normal speed and enjoy

Juli Perry

@Klanggemälde Music yes - tons of fun, particularly the end!

Juli Perry

I was taught to do much more marked staccatos- what do you think?

Klanggemälde Music

I played this piece very early into my time at the conservatory. I was struck in awe by this part. Just how well the harmony and accompanyment are set over the large space on the piano. Against that crawls a melody shifted by an eighth note against the beat. Truly mesmerizing to see/hear and even more fun to play.

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