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The Conducting Interpretation and Analysis of Johannes Brahms’s Symphony No. 2
Symphony No. 2
Beethoven's "Nine symphonies" is undoubtedly a monumental milestone in the symphony history. The composers after him kept trying to find a new position for the symphony in the romantic period. Brahms followed the footsteps of his predecessors, adhered to traditional composition techniques, integrated his unique perspective, and created unique music styles, which continued to affect future composers. This article is about his "Symphony No. 2", which is based on the success of the No. 1 Symphony, and gave Brahms the creative confidence. "Symphony No. 2" was inspired by the idyllic image. It is different from other majestic manner, and it is a different kind of exquisite work. The author divides this thesis into five chapters. The first chapter is the introduction, which contains the research motivation and purpose, the research method and scope; the second chapter, "Symphony No. 2", explores the background, and summarizes Brahms' life and related works. In-depth study of unique creative style and historical background of creative background; the third chapter introduces the analysis of the "Symphony No. 2" music analysis, and analyzes according to musical structure, tone, rhythm, harmony, texture and other musical materials; the fourth chapter of "Symphony No. 2" conductor interpretation, through theoretical analysis results, plus the experience of conductor practice, write details of orchestra rehearsal, conducting method and interpretation; the conclusion of the last chapter, synthesise the arguments of the first four chapters and integrate focus analysis and musical insights. Through the work of "Symphony No. 2", I hope that I can deepen the characteristics of the music, and then improve the commanding skills and rehearsal points, effectively improve the professional ability of the conductor, and hope that I have a more ingenious grasp in Brahms' music.
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