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Brahms Waltzes: Liebeslieder, Op.52 and Neue Liebeslieder, Op. 65

The Vienna Ensemble

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1.1
18 LIebeslieder Walzer, Op. 52 (Complete)
Johannes Brahms; The Vienna Ensemble
23:11
1.2
14 Neue Liebeslieder Walzer, Op. 65 (Complete)
Johannes Brahms; The Vienna Ensemble
20:53
Total Playing Time    44:04
Olympic Records presents two waltzes by Brahms as performed by The Vienna Ensemble. Johannes Brahms' Liebeslieder Waltzes (Liebeslieder-Walzer) are distributed across two opus numbers: Op. 52 and Op. 65 (Neue Liebeslieder). The waltzes are a collection of love songs in Ländler style for voices and piano four hands. The lyrics for the Liebeslieder come from Georg Friedrich Daumer's Polydora, a collection of folk songs and love poems. While there is no concrete record indicating the exact inspiration for the Waltzes, there is speculation that Brahms' motivation for the songs was his frustrated love for pianist and composer Clara Schumann.
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