While he explored every other avenue of musical composition -- including chamber music, concertos and symphonies -- Johannes Brahms never ventured into opera. Still, many critics hold him solely responsible for the revival of what they term "absolute" music. Part of a comprehensive series of films celebrating the most influential composers of all time, this educational program reviews the progression of his works and analyzes his creative genius.
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