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century performance practice and applying the findings in performing Brahms’ orchestral music today
Are there elements of the lost performance practice of the nineteenth century that we can rediscover and use to shed new light on the performance of Brahms’ music for orchestra today?
Romanticizing Brahms: Early Recordings and the Reconstruction of Brahmsian Identity.
Anna Scott is a Canadian pianist-researcher interested in using the early twentieth century recordings of the Brahms circle of pianists to question persistent gaps between the loci of knowledge, ethics, and act in both modern mainstream and historically-informed performances of Brahms’s late piano w…
Romanticizing Brahms: Early Recordings and the Reconstruction of Brahmsian Identity
This research project seeks to problematize understandings of Brahms's identity: by investigating the origins and vestiges of the aesthetic ideology of control; by analysing and copying the recordings of pianists in the composer's inner circle; and by applying these pianists' styles in ways that are…