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Double Concerto A minor Op. 102

Study Score

By Johannes Brahms

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String Instruments (Various) (Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra)
Study Score. Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Michael Struck. Study Score. Paperbound. Henle Study Scores. Pages: XI and 192. Classical. Study score (paperbound). 204 pages. G. Henle #HN9852. Published by G. Henle (HL.51489852).

Item Number: HL.51489852

6.75x9.5 inches.

Between 1859 and 1885 Johannes Brahms, with his four symphonies, two piano concertos, violin concerto, dances, variations and overtures, became the representative of large-scale orchestral music. In 1887 he chose the violin and violoncello as solo instruments for his Double Concerto in a minor op. 102, since he had outstanding soloists at his disposal. After the premiere of Brahm's second cello sonata, cellist Robert Hausmann had requested a concert piece; while the renowned violinist Joseph Joachim was Brahms's friend and had premiered his Violin Concerto, among other things. After the dark-hued Fourth Symphony this concerto comes across as strikingly optimistic and conciliatory. We now offer the score, also published as part of our New Complete Edition, in a convenient study edition.

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