Through the Aperture: Brahms's Gigues, WoO 4

Horne, William
September 2002
Musical Quarterly;Fall2002, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p530
Academic Journal
Looks into the works of classical composer Johannes Brahms. Discussion of the themes of Brahms's gigues or jigs; Comparison made between the music of Brahms and that of Bach before him; Analysis of the two duple-meter interior dance movements in his Opera no. 36 scherzo.


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