Brahms Letters To Clara
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Brahms Letters To Clara
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Clara Schumann, Music’s Unsung Renaissance Woman
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In some cases, the Library was unable to identify a possible rights holder and decided to put some of these items online as a fair use exercise for strictly non-commercial educational uses. The Library of Congress would like to learn more about these materials and would like to hear from individuals or institutions who have more information or know their history. Please contact: Performing Arts Reading Room. Autograph letter from Johannes Brahms to Levi Hermann. 1864 December. Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation. Library of the Music Division of Congress.
Autograph letter from Johannes Brahms to Friedrich Simrock. 1881 October. Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation. Library of the Music Division of Congress.
Autograph letter from Johannes Brahms to Levi Hermann. 1865 February. Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation. Library of the Music Division of Congress.
The Extraordinary Life Of Clara Schumann
Autograph letter from Johannes Brahms to Levi Hermann. 1871 May. Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation. Library of the Music Division of Congress.
Autograph letter from Johannes Brahms to Levi Hermann. 1869 April. Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation. Library of the Music Division of Congress.
Autograph letter from Johannes Brahms to Robert Keller. April 14, 1887. Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation Collection. Library of the Music Division of Congress.
The Music Division holds over 200 articles of Brahms’ handwritten correspondence. Although most of the articles are letters written by Brahms to others, a number of handwritten postcards and nearly 50 letters written to him are also included. Most, but not all, of Brahms’ correspondence of the Music Division was scanned and made available for viewing and download in the Music Treasures Consortium’s Digital Collection.
Classical Music’s Most Tragically Romantic Love Triangle — Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra
In addition to several unidentified recipients, the people to whom Brahms wrote letters found in the collections of the music division are:
The most significant amount of Brahms correspondence from the music division is a collection of 121 letters between Brahms and conductor Hermann Levi which were acquired through the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation.
Some of Brahms’ most illuminating correspondence in the Music Division’s collections consists of over 30 letters between Brahms and Simrock’s music editor Robert Keller. The letters of particular interest for their rich details regarding Brahms’ thoughts on his own music are:
The correspondence neither with nor from Brahms but between people who knew him personally demonstrates the breadth of the collections of the Music Division. Examples of this correspondence are:
Free But Alone • Van Magazine
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1 Letter of 3 August 1894. Litzmann, Berthold, ed., Letters of Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms, 1853–1896, 2 vols (London, 1927), II: 262 Google Scholar.
Classical Music: In “clara,” Fresco Opera Theatre Traces The Love Triangle Between Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann And Johannes Brahms.
2 Avins, Styra, ed., Trans. Avins and Eisinger, Josef, Johannes Brahms: Life and Letters (New York, 1997): 674. Google Scholar
5 Litzmann, Berthold, trans. Hadow, Grace, Clara Schumann: An Artist’s Life (London and Leipzig, 1913), II: 422. Google Scholar
7 Street, Oscar, “The Clarinet and His Music” (1916): 108. Quoted in Google Scholar Lawson ,, Brahms: Clarinet Quintet: 69 Google Scholar.
8 See Lawson,, Brahms: Clarinet Quintet: 68 –71 Google Scholar for further reports on Mühlfeld’s playing style.