14. Sep

Brahms “Lullaby” by pianist Fabian Müller released

Fascinated by the music of Brahms since his earliest childhood, Fabian Müller now dedicates an entire album to the composer. To bridge the time until the release on 26 October, the pianist invites the audience to dream with a classic: "Guten Abend, gut' Nacht".

The "Lullaby" of Brahms has its origin in a poem known since the beginning of the 19th century. In 1868 the Hamburg composer composed his "Lullaby" and dedicated it to the Austrian Bertha Faber, née Porubszky.

On 22 December 1869 the lullaby was performed in Vienna by Clara Schumann (piano) and Marie Louise Dustmann-Meyer (voice). It quickly developed into an "evergreen" of classical music and underwent numerous musical adaptations.

In Fabian Müller's interpretation Brahms' "Lullaby" experiences an enchanting personal touch. With a gentle touch, the pianist invites the listener to dream. The pianist sweetened our waiting time until the release of the album on 26 October 2018.