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Johannes Brahms - Piano Sonata No. 1

- Composer: Johannes Brahms (7 May 1833 -- 3 April 1897)
- Performer: Peter Rösel
- Year of recording: 1974

Piano Sonata No. 1 in C major, Op. 1, written in 1852-1853.

00:00 - I. Allegro
08:02 - II. Andante (nach einem altdeutschen Minneliede)
13:16 - III. Allegro molto e con fuoco -- Più mosso
17:58 - IV. Allegro con fuoco -- Presto non troppo ed agitato

On 30 September 1853, the 20-year-old Brahms played a number of his keyboard works for Robert Schumann. Among these were both the First and Second Piano Sonatas, which Schumann hailed as "veiled symphonies." Although published as Op. 1, the Sonata No. 1 in C major is actually the fourth piano sonata Brahms is known to have composed; the third was published as Op. 2, and the first two were evidently destroyed (partly because Brahms was called 'The New Mozart' after music critics had heard them). The enormous scale and breadth of this sonata were probably what Schumann had in mind in drawing his symphonic analogy. Cast in four long movements, the Sonata No. 1 is a remarkably cohesive and effective work for so young and inexperienced a composer.

Aside from the sonata's scope, another feature that Schumann might have found particularly attractive is the folk flavor of the Andante second movement, a set of variations on what Brahms believed to be an old German minnelied. (The authenticity of the song has since been brought into question.) Schumann was also almost certainly struck by Brahms' early mastery of large-scale sonata form, a particular concern of Schumann's throughout his own compositional career.

The first movement is in a fairly conventional sonata-allegro form, but uses the technique of thematic transformation pioneered by Liszt and Berlioz. Here, the movement's main themes are altered in character and rhythm as the music proceeds, as opposed to a Classical fragmentation and recombination of motives. The following movement is a Beethovenian scherzo based on a motive from the final bars of the Andante, a derivation that creates a sense of union between the central movements. This technique is continued in the Rondo finale, whose opening is derived from a transformation of material from the first movement. In this sonata Brahms foreshadows many of the characteristics of his mature piano works, including formal mastery, thematic development and transformation, and a distinctive if somewhat thick virtuoso keyboard scoring that owes surprisingly little to Liszt and Chopin.

The sonata is dedicated to Joseph Joachim.

Brahms / Krystian Zimerman, 1980: Klaviersonate Nr. 1 C-dur, Op. 1

I recorded this audio from a chromium-oxide cassette I purchased in the early 1980s, produced by Deutsche Grammophon and distributed on its "Galleria" label, serial number 419 472-2 (corresponding LP serial number, 419 472-1). Zimerman was 24 years old at the time he recorded this work.

Brahms - Sonata in C major, op. 1 - Stanislav Khristenko

Stanislav Khristenko performs Brahms - Sonata in C major op. 1 at the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition (May, 2011, Tel Aviv).

Since its inception in 1974, the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is one of the foremost Piano Competitions in the world. Arthur Rubinstein, who gave his blessing to the competition, headed the jury of the first two competitions (1974 \u0026 1977).
The competition, is held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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