- David Brodbeck, Editor
Brahms Studies, Vol. 1.
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x, 198 pp. Fine octavo in fine dust jacket. Index included. Contents: Johannes Brahms Collection of Deutsche Sprichworte (German Proverbs) Edited and Translated by George S. Bozarth; The Brahms-Joachim Counterpoint Exchange, or, Robert, Clara, and “the Best Harmony between Jos. and Joh.” by David Brodbeck; Contradictory Criteria in a Work of Brahms by Joseph Dubeil; “Concertante Rondo” to “Lyric Sonata”: A Commentary on Brahms’s Reception of Mozart by John Daverio; Brahms’s Cello Sonata in F major and its Genesis: A Study in Half-Step Relations by Margaret Notley; An Unwritten Metrical Modulation in Brahms’s Intermezzo in E minor, Op. 119, No. 2 by Ira Braus; Brahms on Schopenhauer: The Vier ernste Gesange, Op. 121, and Late Nineteenth-Century Pessimism by Daniel Beller-McKenna.