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What are the romantic features of Brahms' German Requiem?

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Brahms wrote 'Ein Deutsches Requiem'


One likely reason Johannes Brahms wrote A German Requiem was to mourn the death of his beloved mother. A German Requiem was written shortly after his mother's death in 1865.


Do you mean "What is the German Requiem"? If you do, then it's a famous musical masterpiece by German composer Johannes Brahms.


This is not an orthodox or liturgical Requiem, and Brahms didn't have traditional religious views; he chose his own texts, and set German texts rather than Latin ones. The piece in its final seven-movement form developed over a period of time, the fifth movement (soprano solo) being the last to be composed.


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


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


Well, I'm not sure about all of his famous compositions, but one of his most famous ones was: A German Requiem Op. 45 Hope this helped.


No, Johannes Brahms was German, born in Hamburg.


Johannes Brahms was a German composer of the Romantic period. He can also be classified as the "classical" Romantic composer due to movements composed in Sonata Form, and also composing strict counterpoint as influenced by J.S. Bach. (As shown in his six pieces Op. 118 Rhapsodies, Ballades, Intermezzi etc.)


ohannes Brahms was a German composer of the Romantic period. He can also be classified as the "classical" Romantic composer due to movements composed in Sonata Form, and also composing strict counterpoint as influenced by J.S. Bach. (As shown in his six pieces Op. 118 Rhapsodies, Ballades, Intermezzi etc.)


Schumann, Brahms, Bach.


Johannes Brahms was a German composer born 1833 in Hamburg. He is best known for his 'Brahm's Lullaby' and his 'Hungarian Dances.'


Johannes Brahms was a German composer and pianist,


1.Bethoven was one of the most popular compusers in that era. 2.Another popular one was Johannes Brahms. 3. On type of music in the romantic era was the Jazz music. 4.The romantic era produced the most amout of songs that are still popular today. 5.Most of the composers in this era were German.


Schumann was a German composer of the romantic period, most famous for his piano music and his songs, which are both still widely performed. He was also a music critic who identified the genius of Johannes Brahms early on.


Handel, Mozart and Brahms were German classical composers.


Johannes Brahms was a famous for his German composer career. People said that he was the master of symphonic and sonata style in the second half of the 19th century.




Most likely German, as he was born in Germany and spent most of his life in Vienna.


German composer Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) was born on May 7, 1933. He died at age 63. The year 2018 marks the 185th anniversary of his birth.


The third song, called 'Sonntag' from Brahms' Five Songs, Op. 47, is the German word for Sunday. The song is about the day, as it represents the Sabbath; a time for rest and contemplation.



His famous works are: Piano Concert No. 1 in D Minor Piano Concert No. 2 in B-flat Major Symphony No. 1 in C Minor Symphony No. 3 in F Major (3rd Movement) A German Requiem Violin Concerto in D Major Hungarian Dances Variations on a Theme by Paganini His Lullaby



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