Brahms: Sonata in Fm No1, Op120/1; Sonata in Ef No2, Op120/2 mp3 downloadTitle: Brahms: Sonata in Fm No1, Op120/1; Sonata in Ef No2, Op120/2
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Brahms: Sonata in Fm No1, Op120/1; Sonata in Ef No2, Op120/2 mp3 download
We owe the composition of Brahms’ two clarinet sonatas, Clarinet Trio and Clarinet Quintet to Richard Mühlfeld, the great instrumentalist whom Hans von Bülow had introduced to the comp.
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The opening Allegro appassionato of the Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 1 manages to convey an impression of gravity and tensile strength without compromising the predominantly lyrical nature of its ideas, which are typified by the yearning, wide-spanned melody that follows the brief piano introduction. The waltz tune is in fact an amiable transformation of the opening theme of the sonata’s first movement. The peasant vigour developed in its second strain expands to boisterousness in the Vivace finale, a bracing and sometimes pawky major-key rondo with a chuckling main theme, and a pealing, bell-like figure of three repeated notes, heard in both instruments, that enlivens the whole movement.
120, No. 2. Label: Columbia Masterworks – MG 33713. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. Sonata No. 1 in G Major For Violin And Piano, Op. 78. A1. Vivace man on troppo.
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Album · 2008 · 7 Songs. Clarinet Sonata No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 120. 21:17. 1. I. Allegro amabile. II. Appassionato, ma non troppo allegro.
Peter Hatch and Michel Wagermans - Sonata Opus 120, No. 1 In F - Minor Andante Un Poco Adagio 05:41. Peter Hatch and Michel Wagermans - Sonata Opus 120, No. 1 In F - Minor Allegro Appassionato 08:05. Peter Hatch and Michel Wagermans - Sonata Opus 120, No 2 In E-flat Major Allegro Amabile 09:21. Peter Hatch and Michel Wagermans - Sonata Opus 120, No 2 In E-flat Major Andante Con Moto 07:50. Peter Hatch and Michel Wagermans - Sonata Opus 120, No 2 In E-flat Major Apassionato, Ma Non Troppo Allegro 05:46. 1 In F - Minor Vivace 05:29
Johannes Brahms : Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 120, No. 1 Clarinet and Piano Carl Fischer. Clarinet in B-Flat and Piano with Piano Accompaniment On CD. By Johannes Brahms.
Brahms's musical love affair with the Meiningen clarinettist Richard Mühlfeld, which inspired him to return to composition after he had given up and retired, culminated in the two sonatas of 1894. Like the piano quartetsOp 25 and 26, and the Tragic and Academic Festival overtures, they make a contrasting pair. Perhaps the E flat verges on blandness (which the viola version redeems by giving the music a sharper edge), but the performance by this American duo banishes any such thoughts
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They were first performed (by Brahms and Mühlfeld) privately for Duke Georg and his family in September of that year. Brahms and Mühlfeld then performed them for Clara Schumann in November 1894, before their public premieres on January 7, 1895. Brahms’ experience in writing his Clarinet Quintet three years earlier led him to compose the sonatas for clarinet and piano because he preferred the sound over that of clarinet with strings. The keys of the sonatas-F minor and E♭ major-correspond to the keys of the two clarinet concertos which Weber composed more than eighty years earlier. The first movement is in sonata form. It begins with a solo piano introduction in three parallel octaves, outlining a recurring motif throughout the movement. The clarinet then enters with the slurred first theme.