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Johannes Brahms

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Balin Brake

on 8 March 2014

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Transcript of Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms
His Life
Brahm's Music
Brahm composed
-symphonies
-concerti
-chamber music
-piano works
-choral compositions
-& more than 200 songs
His style never really changed
My opinion
I learned many things about Johannes Brahm. Things such as he spent most of his life in Austria, Brahm venerated Beethoven, and many more things
I like Brahm's style and just the general sound of his music
My favorite piece is Lullaby, because it makes me feel sleepy and I enjoy sleeping.
Famous Pieces
Hungarian Dance No.5
written in 1869
famous because it's been in multiple television shows and movies.
Recent productions:
-Daybreak, The Great Dictator, The Hard-Boiled Canary, The Simpsons, and many more
By: Balin Brake
Family
Mother- Johanna Henrika Christiane Nissen
Father- Johann Jakob Brahms
Siblings- Elise and Friedrich
Born: May 7, 1833 in Hamburg, Germany
Died: April 3, 1897 in Vienna, Austria
Famous pieces continued
Brahm's Lullaby
Written in 1868
Also famous for being in many television shows and movies
Recent Productions:
- Silver Linings Playbook, The Simpsons, 102 Dalmations, Vampires suck, etc.
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