Oxford University Press

Barbara Owen, The Organ Music of Johannes Brahms


This in-depth study considers Brahms’ organ works in relation to his background, methods and overall artistic development, as well as his contact with organs and organists and the influences of predecessors and contemporaries. There are analyses of the specific works and they are placed in the context of Brahms’ career. In addition to investigation of contemporary performance practices, the book has a guide to editions of the organ works, a discussion of the organ in Brahms’ world and instruments he would have heard, and a listing of organ transcriptions of Brahms’ work. Hardbound, 208 Pages

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