• Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano
  • Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano
  • Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano
  • Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano
  • Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano
  • Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano
  • Brahms - Four Serious Songs  - Trombone and Piano

Brahms - Four Serious Songs - Trombone and Piano

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These romantic songs contains vast beauty, that will touch everyone in the audience. 

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Four serious Songs  ( Vier Ernste Gesaenge ) by Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) Edited for Trombone and Piano by Brian Bindner.

Between 1865 and 1868, as a young man, Brahms had composed Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem), dealing with death, based on a compilation of biblical quotations in Luther's translation. He wrote Vier ernste Gesänge late in life, again on words from the Bible. His friend Clara Schumann had suffered a stroke on 26 March 1896. Brahms completed the composition of this set of songs, his last, by his birthday on 7 May that year, in anticipation of her death.

These romantic songs contains vast beauty, that will touch everyone in the audience. This edition can be played by either a tenor or bass trombone player, since the range is from low F to high G, very comfortable range for both instruments.

The original titles:

1.    Denn es gehet dem Menschen wie dem Vieh Prediger Salomo, Kap. 3
2.    Ich wandte mich, und sahe an Prediger Salomo, Kap. 4
3.    O Tod, wie bitter bist du Jesus Sirach, Kap. 41
4.    Wenn ich mit Menschen- und mit Engelszungen S. Pauli an die Corinther I., Kap. 13

Standard notation - Score : 26 pages - solo part : 6 pages.

 

 

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