Typical Elements of Brahms's Choral Style as Found in the German Requiem

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An unusual opportunity to hear and perform this work has been afforded at North Texas State Teachers College by the presentation of the German Requiem in the summer of 1941. Furthermore, a Brahms Festival, including another presentation of the Requiem along with outstanding compositions of Brahms in other media, is to be given during commencement week of June, 1942. Not only does this type of emphasis promote interest among students and faculty, but it also serves as a stimulus to detailed study of the German Requiem, thus intensifying the immediate importance and personal significance of the subject.

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vii, 77 leaves: ill., music

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Clemons, Ouida June 1942.

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An unusual opportunity to hear and perform this work has been afforded at North Texas State Teachers College by the presentation of the German Requiem in the summer of 1941. Furthermore, a Brahms Festival, including another presentation of the Requiem along with outstanding compositions of Brahms in other media, is to be given during commencement week of June, 1942. Not only does this type of emphasis promote interest among students and faculty, but it also serves as a stimulus to detailed study of the German Requiem, thus intensifying the immediate importance and personal significance of the subject.

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Clemons, Ouida. Typical Elements of Brahms's Choral Style as Found in the German Requiem, thesis, June 1942; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc699559/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .