History Creator / JohannesBrahms

14th Jun '17 12:37:24 AM Xtifr
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'''Johannes Brahms''' (7 May 1833 - 3 April 1897) was a German composer of the Romantic Era. Like many other prominent composers, he moved to Vienna and reached the height of his career there. During his time, he was known as a "Classical Romantic", as his music was heavily influenced by the Classical Era, which put emphasis on unity of form and development of short, open-ended motives. It says something about Brahms' talents when he was compared to Music/LudwigVanBeethoven. In his youth, Brahms was the protégé of another famous Romantic composer, Music/RobertSchumann, for a short time and had a strong friendship with Schumann's wife, Clara.

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'''Johannes Brahms''' Johannes Brahms (7 May 1833 - 3 April 1897) was a German composer of the Romantic Era. Like many other prominent composers, he moved to Vienna and reached the height of his career there. During his time, he was known as a "Classical Romantic", as his music was heavily influenced by the Classical Era, which put emphasis on unity of form and development of short, open-ended motives. It says something about Brahms' talents when he was compared to Music/LudwigVanBeethoven. In his youth, Brahms was the protégé of another famous Romantic composer, Music/RobertSchumann, for a short time and had a strong friendship with Schumann's wife, Clara.
9th May '17 12:07:12 AM LtFedora
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Classical fans probably best know him for his First Symphony and his Hungarian Dances, especially the fifth. Pop culture fans will instantly recognize [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t894eGoymio his lullaby]].

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Classical fans probably best know him for his First Symphony Symphony, which is the unofficial theme for his home city of UsefulNotes/{{Hamburg}}, and his Hungarian Dances, especially the fifth. Pop culture fans will instantly recognize [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t894eGoymio his lullaby]].
18th Mar '17 2:03:27 AM NWolfman
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* StandardSnippit: His lullaby, perhaps better known in the west as "Lullaby and Goodnight," is often used in movies and shows where a character is sleepy or preparing to go to sleep. More often than not, the melody will be played on a music box or glockenspiel.

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* StandardSnippit: StandardSnippet: His lullaby, perhaps better known in the west as "Lullaby and Goodnight," is often used in movies and shows where a character is sleepy or preparing to go to sleep. More often than not, the melody will be played on a music box or glockenspiel.
18th Mar '17 2:03:00 AM NWolfman
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* StandardSnippit: His lullaby, perhaps better known in the west as "Lullaby and Goodnight," is often used in movies and shows where a character is sleepy or preparing to go to sleep. More often than not, the melody will be played on a music box or glockenspiel.
20th Feb '17 1:53:05 AM bt8257
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Classical fans probably best know him for his First Symphony and his Hungarian Dances, especially the fifth. Pop culture fans will instantly recognize [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t894eGoymio his lullaby]].

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Classical fans probably best know him for his First Symphony and his Hungarian Dances, especially the fifth. Pop culture fans will instantly recognize [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t894eGoymio his lullaby]].
13th Apr '16 7:33:03 AM 06tele
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* LovableRogue: Brahms' status as a CelibateHero enabled him to largely get away with being one of these, especially later in his life. He once greeted a male friend off the train by giving him a huge hug, then looked at him and said "[[DirtyOldMan Oh, sorry, I thought you were your wife.]]" This period was, however, around the beginning of the suffragette movement and Ethel Smyth (a young Englishwoman who was a keen suffragette and who went on to be a major composer herself) noted that Brahms was only nice to women he thought attractive.

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* LovableRogue: Brahms' status as a CelibateHero enabled him to largely get away with being one of these, especially later in his life. He once greeted a male friend off the train by giving him a huge hug, then looked at him and said "[[DirtyOldMan Oh, sorry, I thought you were your wife.]]" This period was, however, around the beginning of the suffragette movement and Ethel Smyth (a young Englishwoman who was a keen suffragette and who went on to be a major composer herself) noted that Brahms was [[AllMenArePerverts only nice to women he thought attractive.attractive]].
25th Mar '16 1:02:42 PM Jeduthun
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* WizardBeard: In his later life he was well known for his iconic bushy whiskers.
11th Mar '15 11:19:13 AM Patachou
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He is mentioned as being dead in the song "Decomposing Composers" by Creator/MichaelPalin sang on Creator/MontyPython's ''Audioplay/MontyPythonsContractualObligationAlbum''.
19th Jan '15 8:52:46 AM Menshevik
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Classical fans probably best know him for his Hungarian Dances, especially the fifth. Pop culture fans will instantly recognize [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t894eGoymio his lullaby]].

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Classical fans probably best know him for his First Symphony and his Hungarian Dances, especially the fifth. Pop culture fans will instantly recognize [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t894eGoymio his lullaby]].


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* BondJamesBond: There exists an Edison phonograph recording of his voice where he introduceds himself as "Doktor Brahms, Johannes Brahms" before playing a piece on the piano.
19th Jan '15 8:32:18 AM Patachou
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'''Johannes Brahms''' (7 May 1833 - 3 April 1897) was a German composer of the Romantic Era. Like many other prominent composers, he moved to Vienna and reached the height of his career there. During his time, he was known as a "Classical Romantic", as his music was heavily influenced by the Classical Era, which put emphasis on unity of form and development of short, open-ended motives. It says something about Brahms' talents when he was compared to Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven. In his youth, Brahms was the protégé of another famous Romantic composer, Creator/RobertSchumann, for a short time and had a strong friendship with Schumann's wife, Clara.

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'''Johannes Brahms''' (7 May 1833 - 3 April 1897) was a German composer of the Romantic Era. Like many other prominent composers, he moved to Vienna and reached the height of his career there. During his time, he was known as a "Classical Romantic", as his music was heavily influenced by the Classical Era, which put emphasis on unity of form and development of short, open-ended motives. It says something about Brahms' talents when he was compared to Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven. Music/LudwigVanBeethoven. In his youth, Brahms was the protégé of another famous Romantic composer, Creator/RobertSchumann, Music/RobertSchumann, for a short time and had a strong friendship with Schumann's wife, Clara.



* EccentricMentor: Brahms had one in the form of RobertSchumann, although Schumann wasn't so much eccentric as mentally ill, eventually committing himself to a mental hospital after a series of suicide attempts and dying there at the age of 46.

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* EccentricMentor: Brahms had one in the form of RobertSchumann, Music/RobertSchumann, although Schumann wasn't so much eccentric as mentally ill, eventually committing himself to a mental hospital after a series of suicide attempts and dying there at the age of 46.



* WorthyOpponent: For Brahms it was RichardWagner, although it's more that their respective fanbases considered each to be the ArchEnemy of the other. Brahms actually liked and admired a lot of Wagner's music, even though he disliked Wagner's cult of personality; Wagner did not exactly return the compliment, but he did send Brahms a copy of ''Das Rheingold''.

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* WorthyOpponent: For Brahms it was RichardWagner, Music/RichardWagner, although it's more that their respective fanbases considered each to be the ArchEnemy of the other. Brahms actually liked and admired a lot of Wagner's music, even though he disliked Wagner's cult of personality; Wagner did not exactly return the compliment, but he did send Brahms a copy of ''Das Rheingold''.''Theatre/DasRheingold''.
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