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The great Europeans who captured the spirit of their homelands.
Rather than setting the Roman Catholic Mass as so many other composers did, the German Johannes Brahms chose Lutherism as his inspiration. And he really expressed what it means to be German. ‘It’s a very touching and comforting piece,’ says Katherine, ‘by the time Brahms began writing it in 1865, he had just experienced the sad loss of his own mother.’
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