Brahms in 1890s Vienna
NOTE: THE BRAHMS IN 1890S VIENNA MODULE IS UNDERGOING REVISIONS AND IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE TO PLAY!
Brahms in 1890s Vienna is an online educational experience featuring the Brahms Clarinet Trio in A minor (Opus 114). The music is set in a story about Brahms, and his city, Vienna, Austria. Parents can enjoy these activities with their children and learn about chamber music as well as the culture of Vienna in the l890s. Music listening guides and music games will explore the elements of music, and additional information and resources can be found by clicking on Cafe Central’s coffee cups. At the end of the story, kids can enjoy a walk in Vienna’s Prater Park! Brahms in 1890s Vienna is teacher ready!
Teachers and educators, please download this lesson plan for Brahms in 1890s Vienna: Learning about Chamber Music, featuring music education information and games, and cross-curricular activities on art, architecture, and history. The music education games are referenced to the National and State standards in Music Education, and the learning concepts of the games are also described.
- Download Lesson Plan for Brahms in 1890s Vienna
Packet includes Music Standards covered by games and activities.
- Brahms in 1890s Vienna Text
All text and dialog from the Online Interactive game and links to related resources!
Download these activities for your classroom:
Have students fill out answers during their exploration of the Flash module
- Klimt Coloring Art Activity
- RingStrasse Architecture Activity
Brahms in 1890s Vienna Module Credits
Brahms in 1890s Vienna was sponsored by Classical KUSC and Creative Kids Education Foundation
and funded by Classical KUSC.
Producer and Writer: Dr. Jama Laurent, Creative Kids Education Foundation
Web Design and Development: Ann Zumwinkle, John Marchena, Mike Bilz, Douglas Bland for zumwinkle.com
Sound Engineering: Douglas Bland for zumwinkle.com
Vocal Talent: Jake Chapman, Tonya Janes, Douglas Bland, Ralf Burgert, Caroline Buckman
KUSC CEO and President: Brenda Barnes
KUSC General Manager: Eric DeWeese
Recording of “Trio for Piano, Clarinet (or Viola) and Violoncello in A minor, op. 114”, composed by Johannes Brahms and performed by Jonathan Han, Elizabeth Willey and Andrew Goldman of the Oak Trio.
Image permission and reproduction rights have been secured for all images on this site.
Map of Vienna courtesy of Adams Antiques, Northport, Alabama.