Part 1: 'Brahms Looks Back'. Dr Martin Ennis (University of Cambridge explores the ways in which Brahms borrowed musical material as well as compositional procedures from the works of earlier composers, particularly in the context of his vocal and choral music. After lunch, Part 2: 'Brahms in Performance'. Professor John Rink (University of Cambridge) gives two illustrated presentations exploring the history of Brahms’s music in performance. The first considers select works for voice, while the second addresses the piano music.
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