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Work: Symphony no. 2 in D major, Op.73

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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An evening of first-class music making from one of the UK's top orchestras in a varied programme that showed off the strengths of all concerned.  
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Diamond-hard German Romantics from the LPO

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Wagner and hard-driven Brahms counter a silky smooth performance of Weber's First Clarinet Concerto.
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German and Latvian musicians joined the BSO for an evening of Romantic repertoire with variable results.

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Folksongs, sung songs and songful Brahms from Britten Sinfonia

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Hugo Wolf once said “Brahms cannot exult”. He should have heard this.
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Barenboim brings breathless excitement to Brahms in Sydney

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The Berlin Staatskapelle begins their three-concert Sydney series with a thrilling account of Brahms's first two symphonies in Sydney. 
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