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Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem: Resources and Further Reading

By Grace Dahl and Julia Morreale

Resources and Further Reading

Antonicek, Theophil, Derek Beales, Leon Botstein, Rudolf Klein, and Harald Goertz. 2001 “Vienna (Ger. Wein).” Grove Music Online. 11 Oct. 2020.

Brahms, Johannes. Brahms: German Requiem, Op. 45. Spotify. Streaming audio, 2014. Accessed September 29, 2020

Burkholder, J. Peter, Donald J. Grout, and Claude V. Palisca. “Late Romanticism in Germany and Austria.”  In A History of Western Music. 9th ed., 719-739. New York City: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2014.

Hathaway, Daniel, “Baldwin Wallace Bach Festival veers off into Brahms in 2017.” Cleveland Classical. 11 April 2017. Accessed October 11, 2020

Karp, Theodore, Fabrice Fitch, and Basil Smallman. 2001 “Requiem Mass (Missa pro defunctis, Missa defunctorum).” Grove Music Online. 11 Oct. 2020.

Rudolf, Max, George A. Kochevitsky, and Gerhard Herz. “From Our Readers.” BACH: Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute 8, no. 3 (1977). Accessed October 11, 2020 32-35.

Rudolf, Max, Oswald Jonas, and Elinore Barber. “Riemenschneider Bach Institute Vault Holdings: A Recently Discovered Composer-Annotated Score of the Brahms Requiem.” BACH: Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute 7, no. 4 (1976). Accessed October 11, 2020 2-15.

Schwarm, Betsy. 2016 “A German Requiem, Op. 45.” Encyclopædia Britannica. 11 Oct. 2020.

Stamp, Jimmy. “The Evolution of the Treble Clef.” Smithsonian Magazine. Accessed October 11, 2020.

Stanford University. “Text—Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem.” Stanford Symphony Chorus. Accessed October 11, 2020.