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Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 op. 15

Paul Lewis, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Harding

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Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 15  
1
I. Maestoso-Poco piu moderato
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
23:22
2
II. Adagio
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
13:25
3
III. Rondo. Allegro ma non troppo
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis; Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
12:40
4 Ballads, Op. 10  
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1. Andante (D Minor)
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis
4:21
5
2. Andante (D Major)
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis
6:10
6
3. Intermezzo- Allegro (B Minor)
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis
4:00
7
4. Andante con moto (B Major)
Johannes Brahms; Paul Lewis
8:09
Total Playing Time    72:07
A renewal of forms - too innovative for its time - Brahms’s Piano Concerto No.1 premiered in Hanover in 1859. It needed a few years to become established in the repertory, being a work that redefined the norms of the genre. The traditional confrontation between virtuoso soloist and orchestra is bypassed in favour of a balanced treatment and a more ‘symphonic’ approach. The Ballades, Op.10 also derive from the impetus towards a renewal of forms characteristic of the young Brahms’ output.
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