Brahms

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Johannes Brahms: Doctor of Philosophy (Hon. Causa)
Johannes Brahms never formally went to university, and his engagement with higher education was rather peripheral. Around age 20, Joseph Joachim invited him to Göttingen, where the violinist was taking summer courses in philosophy and history. Brahms accepted the invite,
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X’Mas with Johannes Brahms
In his later years, Johannes Brahms looked like a veritable Santa Claus! With his flowing full beard and mischievous blue eyes, he’d be the star of any Christmas parade! With Christmas just around the corner, let’s have a look at
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Minors of the Majors
Johannes Brahms: Deutsche Volkslieder
“Minors of the Majors” invites you to discover compositions by the great classical composers that for one reason or another have not reached the musical mainstream. Please enjoy, and keep listening!
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Brahms: Vier ernste Gesänge op.121
9 Lieder und Gesänge Op. 32 IX. Wie bist du, meine Königin Adagio (E-flat major) From Brahms: Vier ernste Gesänge op.121 (2016) Released by Harmonia Mundi Brahms: 9 Lieder und Gesänge Op. 32 – IX. Wie bist du, meine Königin
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Minors of the Majors
Johannes Brahms: Piano Trio in A Major, Op. posth.
“Minors of the Majors” invites you to discover compositions by the great classical composers that for one reason or another have not reached the musical mainstream. Please enjoy, and keep listening!
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Muses and Musings
Sing me to sleep, Honey!
Johannes Brahms and Bertha Porubsky
Between 1859 and 1862, Johannes Brahms eagerly participated in the musical and social life of his native city of Hamburg. Clearly, he was looking to establish the foundations for what he hoped would be a lifelong career in his hometown.
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Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet
Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8: II. Scherzo. Allegro molto – Trio. Più lento From Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet (2016) Released by Harmonia Mundi Brahms: Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8: II – Scherzo.
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Johannes Brahms: Sonata for Violin and Piano No 2 in A major, Op. 100
The Hungarian violinist, composer, conductor and educator Joseph Joachim (1831-1907) was one of the most influential musical personalities of his time. At the tender age of 12, with Mendelssohn conducting, he performed the Beethoven violin concerto in London, and later
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