Johannes Brahms' secret gardens
For a long time, Brahms had been paralyzed by Beethoven’s shadow. Until his forties, he didn’t dare to embark on the composition of symphonies or quartets. Fortunately, his famous elder hadn’t composed string sextets. Brahms rushed in! Two masterpieces were born: the first is of brilliant spontaneity while the second is an example of subtlety. And what about the musicians? Three masters at the height of their capacity accompanied by their most talented disciples.
Barnabás Kelemen Violin Anselmo Simini, Barnabás Kelemen's pupil 2Nd Violin Lars Anders Tomter viola Elisabeth Lund Tomter, éars Anders Tomter's pupil 2Nd viola Marc Coppey cello Christopher Ellis, Marc Coppey's pupil 2Nd Violoncelle
BRAHMS Les 2 Sextuors à cordes