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Brahms A German Requiem is a music masterpiece by a virtuoso Johannes Brahms. He is ranked among the world’s most prolific and gifted music composers ever. Many of his works have now become a must for most of the concert repertoire across the globe. A German Requiem is considered as one of the best works of Brahms. Tuneful classical music awaits you so don’t miss it. It is advisable that you purchase your Brahms A German Requiem tickets in advance.

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Johannes Brahms was born in 1833 in Hamburg. He belonged to a Lutheran family and his father migrated to Hamburg to get a position in the town as a musician. It was Brahms father Johann Jakob who gave him the initial music training at home. By the time he was seven he was getting piano lessons from a seasoned teacher named Friedrich Willibald. During this time Brahms also had a chance to learn cello. Later on he had the privilege of learning with pianists like Ignaz von Seyfried and Carl Maria von Bocklet, these two were students of Mozart and Schubert respectively. Brahms first ever piano concert tour was at the age of nineteen. While still in his teens he was also busy conducting choirs and orchestras.
Brahms was soon cited by acclaimed German music critic and composer Robert Schumann. Soon Brahms was asked by Schumann to join him as Schumann was quite impressed by the talent of this young man. He learned a lot from both Shuman and his wife Clara who herself was a fine pianist and composer. After death of Schumann, Brahms got very busy with music performances across various cities. There was one time when Brahms was giving liver performances across various cities of Germany and Austria. He eventually moved to Vienna and it was in this city that he spend most of his life. He was a true musical genius and was very particular about music theory and composition methods. Brahms adapted his music influence and technique from master composers of the baroqe and classical era. Some critics rank Johannes Brahms among the Three B’s along with John Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven.
A German Requiem, To Words of the Holy Scriptures is a chorus work that was composed by Brahms in the 1860’s. It took him almost three years from 1865 to 1868 to complete this work. The performance time of this chorus is around 60-80 minutes and this is what makes A German Requiem the longest compositional work by Brahms. The instruments used in this include flutes, oboes, bassoons, horns, tuba, trombones, organ and piccolo. A few of the pieces in the composition are selig sind die da Leid tragen, Se seid nun geduldig, aber des Herrn Wort bleibet in Ewigkeit, der Gerechten Seelen sind in Gottes Hand and den wir haben hie keine bleibendie statt. This composition has won accolades from various critics as they termed it as a piece of high level craftsmanship with awe-inspiring classical structures arranged in a quassi style.
Over the last few decades A German Requiem has been performed by a number of popular orchestras all over the globe such as Vienna Philharmonic, RCA Victor Chorale and Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Orchestre National de France, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony and Danish National Symphony Orchestra. Most recently in 2010 it was revived by the Deutsches Symphonie-Orcehster Berlin.

You love listening to Brahms music and must have got a huge collection of his sonatas, piano quartets, violin and organ concertos but why not listen to his classic composition live.  The good part is that now you can easily buy reasonably priced deals to this performance so now you have no reason to stay back. Grab your cheap Brahms A German Requiem tickets ASAP for a memorable experience.