These late Fantasias have an uncanny effect. On the surface, the pieces are perfectly formed miniatures, with comprehensible forms and themes, but they have dark undercurrents in their subtly unpredictable rhythms and unstable harmonies. In a work like the last Capriccio, it's as if Brahms is deliberately trying to derail his structure with restless complexity and invention.
Complete recording by Sanchez, H.
|1||Capriccio in D minor||2:07|
|2||Intermezzo in A minor||3:54|
|3||Capriccio in G minor||3:15|
|4||Intermezzo in E major||4:30|
|5||Intermezzo in E minor||2:40|
|6||Intermezzo in E major||3:07|
|7||Capriccio in D minor||2:10|
|1||Capriccio in D minor||3:00||Kopp, S.|
|2||Intermezzo in A minor||3:58||Bertazzi, A.|
|4||Intermezzo in E major||4:06||Assimakopoulos, P.|
|5||Intermezzo in E minor||3:15||Helling, E.|
|6||Intermezzo in E major||3:27||Bertazzi, A..|
|7||Capriccio in D minor||2:31||Bertazzi, A.|