Johannes Brahms

How did brahms change music?

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brahms writes in romantic music

He didn't. The change in musical composition does not change because of music itself, because there must be an outside force. That outside force is culture and society. Society effects music, music does not effect society. Thus Brahms works do not, in any way, effect music today. What effects music today is money, power, and most importantly, society.

Mozart died in 1791, Brahms was born in 1833. Obviously there is no way Brahms could have influenced Mozart.

He was a prolific composer of classical music.

Six Pieces for Piano, Op.118 - No. 2, Intermezzo in A.

No, not really - Brahms wrote a substantial amount of music in his life.

Johannes Brahms (1833-97) promoted many up and coming composers in his personally published music journal. the most famous composer that was touted by Herr Brahms, was the incomparable Robert Schumann (1810-56) .

Paul Landormy has written: 'Brahms' 'Brahms' 'Histoire de la musique' 'A history of music' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Music 'Gluck' 'A history of music'

They are both composers of music, they are not related. The works of Bach was a big influence to Brahms.

The three B's of Classical music are Bach, Brahms and Beethoven.

Michael Musgrave has written: 'George Grove, Music and Victorian Culture' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation 'A Brahms Reader' -- subject(s): Composers, Biography 'Brahms, A German requiem' 'The music of Brahms' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation

Both the music of Brahms and Beethoven shares the same scale and vision, and the resolution of innumerable inner conflicts.

No Brahms did not compose any music for The Godfather. Nino Rota composed music for The Godfather. Nino composed the love theme from the godfather. Nino is a famous conductor, and known as a famous orchestra conductor.

Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) was one of the leading composers of the Romantic period - a period of music generally seen as lasting between c. 1800 and c. 1910.

I disagree, Brahms used Goethes Poetry in several ocassions, in so important works like Alt Rapsodie, Rinaldo or Gesang der Parzen. Its true, that Brahms said that Goethe work was so perfect, that it did not need any music.

Beethoven, Brahms and Bach (in the order of who is the best...) ;)

Mozart, Schubert, Hayden, Schuman, Brahms

Johannes Brahms wrote 121 opuses. Many are sets of pieces or variations. There are also many pieces posthumously published.

I think it's Brahms' Symphony (in F # minor?), Poco Allegetto

The Three Bs: Bach/Beethoven/Brahms

Brahms, Chopin, Beethoven just to name a few.

is music is firmly rooted in the structures and compositional techniques of the Baroque and Classical masters. He was a master of counterpoint