The 5th episode of our Intermezzo project features a classical work performed by our hardworking students of horn, violin and piano departments. It is the Horn Trio in E-flat Major, Op. 40 written by Johannes Brahms. Composed in 1865, the work commemorates the death of Brahms' mother, Christiane. He dealt with the subject of death like almost no other musician - at least in his major choral works, and that's why his music has been described as "addicted to (1/2)
death." Yet this movement, written on the occasion of his mother's death, is considered one of Brahms' most passionate and soulful slow movements. Our students dedicated their beautiful and touching performance to all those who have lost a loved one.
- Lea Ema Jakopin, horn
- Metalena Wulz, violin
- Radymyr Tsiko, piano (2/2)
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