Konzert No.1 d-moll Op.15 Klavier und Orchester - Johannes Brahms

Ausgabe 2 Klaviere
Brahms Konzert No.1 d-moll Op.15 Klavier und Orchester (Ausgabe 2 Klaviere) (Otto Singer)
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Otto Singer
ISBN
066705, 9790004165812
Volgnummer
66705
Uitgever
Breitkopf & Hartel
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Uitgavenummer
EB6043
Componist
Johannes Brahms 1833-1897
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Instrument
2 Piano's
Piano met Orkest
Thema
Breitkopf & Hartel Klassiek Piano
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Johannes Brahms‘ first Piano Concerto was the fruit of a complex, protracted, and extremely trying creative process. Its origin goes back to a sonata in D minor for two pianos conceived in spring 1854. The impulse for the creation of the main subject was however a shocking event: According to Joseqph Joachim, the theme originated “after hearing about Schumanns suicide attempt.” A few months earlier, Schumann had revealed Brahms to the musical world in his essay “New Paths”. In this article, Brahms is extolled as the musician who “is called to give expression to the feeling of his times in an ideal fashion.” The unusually rapid genesis of the D-minor sonata and its prevailingly dark, monumental mood can be interpreted as an impassioned compositional response to Schumann’s suicide attempt. However, the year-long struggle to arrive at the final form of the work should perhaps also be seen in the context of the resounding praise of Schumann’s prophetic article. Brahms undoubtly felt a growing inner pressure to live up to the expectations aroused therein.

Together with Clara Schumann, Brahms played the three so far existing movements of the sonata, but he was very self-critical. He felt that he had not been able to realize the monumentality he had envisioned, and which Clara Schumann felt, by merely doubling the piano sound. He soon decided to transform the sonata into a symphony (his first orchestral project). However, this idea did not seem to fit his vision either. Only in spring 1855 did he strike upon the definitive solution: a piano concerto. With Brahms as soloist, this concerto premiered in 1859, though he initially had little success. He wrote to Joachim about one of the first performances that the concerto was a “brilliant and unmistakable – failure.” This hardly surprised Brahms, for he was undoubtedly aware of the newness of the work, which surpassed the expectations of the audience. The work’s complex structure and symphonic dimensions, the solo part’s rejection of showy, elegant brilliance, and the uniquely Brahmsian orchestral density it maintains throughout; all of these qualities inevitably exasperated audiences at first – until they raised this work to the ranks of the most celebrated concertos of all time.

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