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Johannes Brahms Unit Study PDF

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Welcome to my mini-unit study on the brilliant composer, Johannes Brahms!

This is a downloadable item, nothing will be shipped to you.

Age Group: These unit studies are intended for elementary students ages Kindergarten - 5th or 6th grades.

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Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg, Germany on May 7, 1833. He was a composer and pianist and is regarded as one of the leading musicians of the Romantic period. He composted for piano, chamber ensembles, symphony orchestra, voice, and chorus. He is sometimes grouped with Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven as one of the “Three Bs”. While Brahms premiered many of his own works, he also worked with some of the leading performers of the time. He was known as an uncompromising perfectionist and thus destroyed many of his works, and even left some unpublished. His music is rooted in the technique and structures of both the Baroque and Classical masters.

I’m please to share with you all today! It is meant to go with my World’s Greatest Composers study, but can stand alone as well.

In the unit study you’ll have a chance to listen to some of Johannes Brahms’ finest masterpieces, including symphony, piano, and vocal arrangements. The download also includes lots of fun activities to help keep your student’s minds focused on the music at hand!

As with this unit, the goal behind the World’s Greatest Composers curriculum is to immerse students in the work of each composer so that they are well familiar with their style, methods and music. Much of your time studying will be through open discussion with students and listening to compositions. Upon completion of this curriculum, your student should be able to easily recognize the pieces from each composer studied. They will also have learned several different styles of music, vocabulary, as well as have gained an appreciation for music in general.

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I hope you enjoy the mini-unit study on Johannes Brahms!


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