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Brahm"s Symphony N0. 2 1st Movement
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Brahms’s Symphony N0. 2, 1st Movement Other name (s) Course Instructor’s name Course Code Date of Submission Brahms’s Symphony N0. 2, 1st Movement Johannes Brahms was a renowned German pianist and composer during the Romantic period. Born in Hamburg, Brahms was brought up in a humble family where he spent much of his early life learning music through his father who was also a musician.
On the other hand, the existing of social classes during the period could have also played a critical role in his desire to be a composer as opposed to a performer. As a composer, Brahms particularly wrote a number of symphonies, piano works and choral compositions among other pieces. However, his greatest pieces were primarily those based on symphonic and sonata styles. Brahms’s second Symphony was one of the most successful pieces of Brahms’ compositions. Compared to the nearly fifteen years it took Brahms to do his fist symphony, the composition of the second symphony was relatively brief since it only took one year to be completed (Frisch 68). The first movement sonata form which is also known as “allegro non troppo” begins with double bases and cellos. Without any introduction, the first movement opens just with a Basic motive. The Basic motive generally assumes diverse rhythmic shapes and is gradually shifted to the other measures in order to effectively pervade the movement. In the Allegro non troppo, the double bases art and the cellos begin the initial movement in a sonata form. ...
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