Definition of Johannes Brahms
1. Noun. German composer who developed the romantic style of both lyrical and classical music (1833-1897).
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Literary usage of Johannes Brahms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"1911); Imbert, H., 'Johannes Brahms: sa vie ... Knorr, J., and Reimann, H., 'Johannes Brahms, Symphonien und andere Orchesterwerke erlautert' (Berlin 1908). ..."
2. Music (1899)
"Johannes Brahms DEAD. BY EDOUARD REMENYI. (This fragment was written by the late Mr. ... Johannes Brahms ..."
3. Story-lives of Master Musicians by Harriette Moore Brower (1922)
"XVIII Johannes Brahms IT has been truly said that great composers cannot be compared one with another. ... Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg, May 7, 1833. ..."
4. Essentials in Music History by Thomas Tapper, Percy Goetschius (1914)
"CHAPTER XXXVIII Johannes Brahms THE strong current of romanticism, active from the early years of the nineteenth century, which so influenced the style and ..."
5. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"Johannes Brahms TN the last century a prominent German musical paper published a remarkable article written by Robert Schumann, in which he hailed a young ..."
6. From Grieg to Brahms: Studies of Some Modern Composers and Their Art by Daniel Gregory Mason (1902)
"... VII Johannes Brahms F all the figures of modern music, brilliant and varied as they are, impressing one with the many- sidedness and wide scope of the ..."
7. Marchesi and Music: Passages from the Life of a Famous Singing-teacher by Mathilde Marchesi (1905)
"Arrival of Johannes Brahms.—No Court Patronage Shown to Art.—The ... Johannes Brahms, a German by birth, and both of them led quite retired lives. ..."