Conducting Brahms

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Clarendon Press, 1993 - Music - 226 pages
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After two volumes of reflections on conducting the orchestral music of Beethoven, Normal Del Mar now turns to the music of Brahms. His own interpretations, over a career of half a century, have been hailed as unusually sincere and thoughtful. As before, Del Mar's insights will be of greatinterest to practicing musicians and lovers of these great works.

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Contents

Symphony No 2 in D Op 73
24
Symphony No 3 in F Op 90
42
Symphony No 4 in E minor Op 98
58
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Norman Del Mar (1919-1994) was a distinguished British conductor, musicologist and biographer. He was recognised as a leading authority on Richard Strauss, and his major three-volume work on his life and music remains a classic. He is also remembered for his recordings of British music, in particular Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Delius and Britten.

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