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Johannes Brahms composed four symphonies.


Johannes Brahms never married and had no children.


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There are many places where one can listen to Brahms Symphony 3. Website that this symphony can be streamed from include Youtube and the Internet Archives website.


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


If a symphony has a slow movement, it is likely to be the second or third, in a four-movement work. There are many exceptions to this.


Two, an older sister named Elise and a younger brother named Friedrich.


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) .


Johannes Brahms composed four concerti: two piano concerti, a violin concerto and a double concerto for violin, cello and orchestra. (The word "concerto" is traditionally defined as singular; whereas the plural form of the term is "concerti".)


Brahms wrote 4 symphonies. He easily could have written more, but it took him over 20 years to write his first, due largely to the incredible shadow left by Beethoven, who Brahms respected immensely..


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Many of his compositions are famous. Here are just a few examples: the four symphonies, the four concertos, 'Cradle Song', the German Requiem.


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Usually only so-called "classical" symphonies have four movements (though these symphonies need not be from the classical era). Many composers have written many symphonies with differing numbers of movements: Samuel Barber's "Symphony in One Movement" (Op. 9) has, naturally, only one movement; Dmitriy Shostakovich wrote his Symphony no. 14 (Op. 135) with eleven movements.


Most symphonies have four movements, although composers are free to give their symphonies as many or as few movements as they like. The classical symphony as perfected by Haydn and Mozart almost without exception consisted of four movements. Beethoven connected the third and fourth movements of his 5th Symphony. Since that time it has varied more. For instance, Samuel Barber's first symphony is in one continuous movement with four differing sections. Cesar Franck's is probably the most famous three-movement symphony.


If, by 'opera,' you mean music and singing and all that, Brahms didn't write any operas. If you mean 'opera' as the plural form of 'opus,' as in a completed written work, he wrote 122 pieces with known opus numbers, and an additional 38 known works without opus numbers.


The Surprise Symphony is a symphony written by Franz Joeseph Hayden. He has also made many more for example, the goodbye symphony


Some characteristics that many symphonies have in common are that they are tonal and written in four movements. The first movement is often in sonata form.


There are many different harmonies displayed in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 40, even in the first movement. Wikipedia will tell you all the specifics on them, but there are lots, not just one.


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At the begininning of the Classical movement there were three, but our good friend Mozart (I believe) added a new third (usually consisting of a minuet or rondo - a dance movement at any rate) and thus there were four. Generally, first movement fast tempo, second slow, third dance and fourth fast. Of course, Beethoven added VOICES to the fourth movement, i.e., Ode to Joy as the fourth movement in his 9th symphony.



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