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From Bach to Brahms - Bach, Johann Sebastian

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FORMAAT: PDF EPUB MOBI
DATUM VAN PUBLICATIE: 2015-06-01
BESTANDSGROOTTE: 5,38
ISBN: 9790035226384
TAAL: NEDERLANDS
AUTEUR: Bach, Johann Sebastian

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Deze veertien eenvoudige bewerkingen van beroemde klassieke stukken zijn een prachtige uitbreiding van het repertoire voor fluit en piano. Op de bijgeleverde cd staan zoweldemo´s als begeleiding-tracks. brPbrInhoud: March (J. S. Bach) • Musette (J. S. Bach) • Air (G. F. Händel) • Impertinence (G. F. Händel) • Les Fifres (J. F. Dandrieu) • Tambourin (J. P. Rameau) • Allegro (W. F. Bach) • The Ox Minuet (J. Haydn) •Serenade (J. Haydn) • Minuet (Mozart) • Bagatelle (Beethoven) • Walzer (C. M. von Weber) • Serenade (F. Schubert) • Song without Words (F. Mendelssohn) • Evening Song (R. Schumann) • Walzer (J. Brahms).

...bration of Leonard Bernstein's centennial year ... From Bach to Brahms (Part 2) / Ariel Halevy, Piano / JMC ... ... . Brahms writing to Clara Schumann The composer Johannes Brahms was in love with Clara Schumann - but unfortunately she was married to the composer Robert Schumann, one of Brahms' best friends. Historians disagree over whether the pair ever acted on their feelings - but this quotation is pretty unequivocal… The "Bach to Brahms to Brubeck" performance at the West Tisbury Library will feature pianist David Rhoderick. — Gabrielle Mannino. On Wednesday, August ... From Bach to Brahms (Part 2) / Ariel Halevy, Piano / JMC ... ... . — Gabrielle Mannino. On Wednesday, August 7, at 4:30 pm, ... FROM BACH TO BRAHMS (FL PF/CD) Assegna per primo un punteggio a questo prodotto Scorte disponibili Prezzo consigliato al pubblico 24,00 € 16,80 € / unità ... This cantata had probably come to Brahms' attention through the Bach-Gesamtausgabe. of which he had the complete collection in his library, the volume in which it appeared having being published precisely in 1884. Certainly, Bach approached his art with a wonderment, and Brahms almost with a reluctance and servitude, but for Beethoven he, as the artist, was in supreme control. Beethoven was born in Bonn in 1770 to Johann van Beethoven, a music teacher and singer in the chapel of the Archbishop of Cologne, and Maria Magdalena Keverich....