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Presto - Johannes Brahms - Alfons Und Aloys Kontarsky* - Ungarische Tänze No. 1-21 (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Johannes Brahms - Alfons & Aloys Kontarsky: Johannes Brahms - Alfons & Aloys Kontarsky - Ungarische Tänze No. ‎ (CD, Album) Deutsche Grammophon: Germany: Diese Version verkaufen/5(11).
  2. alfons & aloys kontarsky brahms: ungarische tänze no. alfons & aloys kontarsky brahms: werke für zwei klaviere und für klavier zu vier händen debussy– alfons und aloys kontarsky petite suite · six épigraphes antiques · lindaraja · en blanc et noir Wergo - WER 60 - Germany.
  3. Apr 20,  · Johannes Brahms (German: 7 May – 3 April ) was a German composer and pianist. Born in Hamburg into a Lutheran family, Brahms .
  4. Brahms: Lieder Complete Edition. CPO: Buy 11 CDs online. Juliane Banse (soprano), Iris Vermillion (mezzo), Andreas Schmidt (bass-baritone), Helmut Deutsch (piano).
  5. Johannes Brahms - Karl Böhm Christa Ludwig Wiener Philharmoniker – Haydn-Variationen Tragische Ouvertüre Alt-Rhapsodie Deutsche Grammophon – Johannes Brahms - Alfons Und Aloys Kontarsky – Ungarische Tänze No. Deutsche Grammophon – Johannes Brahms, Berliner Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm – Symphonie Nr. 1End date: Jun 02,
  6. About. This treasury of 38 works for solo piano, spanning forty years of Brahms' long and prolific life, includes the famous 'Edward' ballade; two capriccios; seven Hungarian Dances in the composer's own transcriptions for solo piano; six intermezzos; three rhapsodies; the complete sixteen waltzes, op. 39; Sonata no. 3, the best known and most mature of Brahms' three piano sonatas; and the.
  7. Johannes Brahms - Johannes Brahms - Aims and achievements: Brahms’s music complemented and counteracted the rapid growth of Romantic individualism in the second half of the 19th century. He was a traditionalist in the sense that he greatly revered the subtlety and power of movement displayed by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, with an added influence from Franz Schubert.
  8. Sep 24,  · - Composer: Johannes Brahms (7 May -- 3 April ) - Performers: Christoph Eschenbach (piano), Amadeus Quartet - Year of recording: Piano Quintet in F .

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