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Brahms alleviates the relatively conventional approach to harmony by the subtle use of a number of archetypal chromatic inflections, most potently in the final bars, intensified by their suspension over a tonic E pedal point in the bass.
However, such is the resulting simplicity of musical utterance, that the casual listener would hardly be aware of this intellectual conceit. Particularly notable is the exhilarating effect caused by the canonic interplay between the sopranos and tenors just before the end of this section, sending both parts soaring up to a top A flat within a beat of each other.
Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Don't show me this message again. Two Motets, Op 29 composer. View whole album. Other recordings available for download. Composed in , they were not published until , shortly after their premiere in Vienna on 17 April, as part of a concert which also included a performance of the two-piano version of the F minor Piano Quintet, Op 34, given by Brahms and Carl Tausig.
Les Deux motets op. Die Zwei Motetten op. Westminster Cathedral Choir , Martin Baker conductor. The Cathedral
Schaffe in mir Gott, ein rein Herz, Op. 29, No. 2 (Johannes Brahms)