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To this "new" idiom Brahms applied what he had learned in his study of very early Baroque and Renaissance counterpoint. Thus, we find numerous imitative passages and strict canons in his a cappella choral works. Brahms wrote little music for chorus until he took up his first official position at Detmold, where part of his duties included conducting the choral society. Once he began composing choral music he never stopped.

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To this "new" idiom Brahms applied what he had learned in his study of very early Baroque and Renaissance counterpoint. Thus, we find numerous imitative passages and strict canons in his a cappella choral works.

Brahms wrote little music for chorus until he took up his first official position at Detmold, where part of his duties included conducting the choral society. Once he began composing choral music he never stopped. In the first of the Marienlieder "Der englische Gruss" The Annunciation , Brahms passes the principal melody from voice to voice, beginning with a combination of alto and tenor, then soprano and tenor. Manuscript evidence shows that No.

Brahms seems to look back the medieval compositional techniques in his placement of the main melody in the alto, with the soprano providing accompaniment above. The purely homorhythmic opening contrasts with a central section that alternates the melodic material between two pairs of voices, subordinating the unlucky pair to accompanimental outbursts.

The music of the first two verses returns nearly note-for-note to close the piece. These characteristics are a salient feature of the later, Ein deutsches Requiem. In No.

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Samunos Contents 1 Performances 1. Jazz Latin New Age. Marias Wallfahrt [ sung text checked 1 time ] Language: Brahms seems to look back the medieval compositional techniques in his placement of the main melody in the alto, with the soprano providing accompaniment above. Thus, we find numerous imitative passages and strict canons in his a cappella choral works. Brahms wrote little music for chorus until he took up his first official position at Detmold, where part of his duties included conducting the choral society. Choral Works with Keyboard Psalm 13, Op. Version History Composed for unaccompanied chorus, —60 Nos.

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