Brahms – Violin Concerto In D Major


Brahms – Violin Concerto In D Major
Brahms – Violin Concerto in D major – II. Adagio (G. Kremer, L. Bernstein & Wiener Phil. O.)

25 Comments

  1. I could comment about whose fans are the people who disliked this but I
    don’t want to ruin this beautiful piece of art with unworthy rats.

  2. Wow, normally I’m not big fan of Brahms but this is a very vocal piece of
    music and I like that. It seems like Brahms and this violinist have found a
    way to make the violin speak. It’s kind of hard to find music/ musicians
    that can pull that off. 

  3. I love the melodies that Brahms come up with. They actually can be heard in
    many modern contemporary pieces. Thanks for posting.

  4. i heard that master piece on the radio last night, the last note is so
    powerfull i got goosebumps and tears appeared along my cheeks, my
    grand-father listened to brahms and know i understand why :'( plus, the
    violinist (here on the video) did a great job, so much emotion he gave me
    and he felt. 

  5. But keeping an eye on the public opinion regarding the concepts you’ve
    mentioned, could that not be a way, out of most likely mulitple ways, to
    get more experience on the prospect of grasping the origin of these
    opinions, and the relation to what creates and shapes musical taste,
    perhaps even a relation to what inspires for the creativity of imagining
    it’s existence in the first place? Could your lack of concern for consensus
    not be a quintessential issue? With all due respect of course =).

  6. Lennie and Kremer really nailed this one…and they both knew it! I have
    played it, at least weekly, for at least four years! Never tire of it!

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