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Linos Ensemble|Brahms: Serenades No. 1 & 2

Brahms: Serenades No. 1 & 2

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Brahms is famous for his symphonies and grand concertos. But many Brahms-lovers would argue he shines brightest in chamber works. And indeed, there is almost no work of Brahms’ that did not start out as chamber music, including his Serenade No. 1, which began life as a nonet. It is presented here by the Linos Ensemble in its reconstructed original form. For his second Serenade, Brahms stuck with the chamber orchestra-sized ensemble from the get-go. Clara Schumann approved: “What could I possibly tell you about the Adagio? I feel as if there were no words for the sheer joy that this piece brings me. It’s marvelously beautiful!” © Capriccio

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Serenade No. 1 in D Major, Op. 11 (Original Version for Chamber Orchestra Reconstructed J. Rotter) (Johannes Brahms)

1
I. Allegro molto
00:12:50

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Jorge Rotter, Arranger - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

2
IIi. Scherzo. Allegro non troppo
00:07:35

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Jorge Rotter, Arranger - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

3
III. Adagio non troppo
00:11:58

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Jorge Rotter, Arranger - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

4
IV. Menuetto I & II
00:03:35

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Jorge Rotter, Arranger - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

5
V. Scherzo. Allegro
00:02:44

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Jorge Rotter, Arranger - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

6
VI. Rondo. Allegro
00:06:07

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Jorge Rotter, Arranger - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

Serenade No. 2 in A major, Op. 16 (Johannes Brahms)

7
I. Allegro moderato
00:08:34

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

8
II. Scherzo. Vivace
00:02:51

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

9
III. Adagio non troppo
00:08:11

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

10
IV. Quasi menuetto
00:04:35

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

11
V. Rondo. Allegro
00:06:14

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Linos Ensemble, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

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Brahms is famous for his symphonies and grand concertos. But many Brahms-lovers would argue he shines brightest in chamber works. And indeed, there is almost no work of Brahms’ that did not start out as chamber music, including his Serenade No. 1, which began life as a nonet. It is presented here by the Linos Ensemble in its reconstructed original form. For his second Serenade, Brahms stuck with the chamber orchestra-sized ensemble from the get-go. Clara Schumann approved: “What could I possibly tell you about the Adagio? I feel as if there were no words for the sheer joy that this piece brings me. It’s marvelously beautiful!” © Capriccio

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