Brahms-Handbuch

The Brahms-Handbuch on the work and reception of the composer Johannes Brahms (1833–1897), edited by Wolfgang Sandberger, was published by Metzler-Verlag Stuttgart in November 2009.

The volume, almost 700 pages in length, represents the most comprehensive handbook of Brahms research and is intended both as a reference work and to be read on its own accord. The collection, which involved the participation of 25 musicologists, is an attempt to compile research to date and to open up new perspectives for understanding Brahms and his music.



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