Music History - Biography on Johannes Brahms from 1870. Includes Musical Output, and works by Opus no.
Johannes Brahms 1870 - 1897
By 1868 Brahms had moved to Vienna, the capital of European classical music, and had acquired two more powerful advocates, the Hungarian violinist Joseph Joachim and the Viennese critic Eduard Hanslick.(*) Both men saw Brahms as the last best hope of the anti-Wagnerites, and though Brahms admired the older composer's music but disliked his "stilted, bombastic" language and dramaturgy--he would become the unwilling focus of organized opposition to the Wagner cult.
Brahms's long-awaited First Symphony, Op. 68, premiered in 1876, led to claims that he was Beethoven…
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