Johannes Brahms (1833–1897) Symphony No. 3 in F major Op. 90
Urtext based on the new Complete Edition (G. Henle Verlag) edited by Robert Pascall [orch] duration: 35'
220.127.116.11.dble bsn. – 18.104.22.168. – timp – str
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The summer of 1883 in Wiesbaden seems to have had a stimulating effect on Johannes Brahms, who wrote his Third Symphony there within a few weeks. After returning to Vienna, he actually called the work "Wiesbaden Symphony" for a while. In fact, he felt that its quality was so outstanding that he did everything in his power to have it performed and printed as soon as possible. While this led to great public success on the one hand, it also gave rise to an unusually high number of printing errors in the first edition of the score and parts. This had been remedied by the time the work was published by Breitkopf & Härtel in the first Brahms Complete Edition in 1926/27, and the present Urtext performance material was prepared with all due calm and care.
|1. Allegro con brio: Un poco sostenuto - Tempo I|
|3. Poco allegretto|
|4. Allegro – Un poco sostenuto|