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January 21

Johannes Brahms
 1859 Premiere of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1 in Hanover, with Brahms as the soloist.
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January 12

Johannes Brahms
1864 - Premiere of J. Brahms's Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann Op. 23, for piano four-hands, in Vienna.  
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Bumping into Brahms: A conversation about the Intermezzo, Op. 118, No. 2

JM: Oh! Sorry sir, you startled me! I almost bumped into you. But wait, I know you! Are you not Herr Doktor Brahms? Brahms : Guten Tag? Bitte, kein Doktor. I am amazed that we have somehow encountered one another here. Might it be because I have played so many of your wonderful song accompaniments and piano pieces recently? Would you possibly be wi...
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Poetry Corner

Brahms: Waltz [Op. 39, No. 15] As the departing soul looks down upon the earth and its gaze sweeps the grass, takes in the house where time still lingers among tasks left undone: so the hands hover once more over the keys, and the melody, full of outworn desire, repeats itself before it is extinguished. — Norman Finkelstein "Brahms: Waltz [Op. 39, ...
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Brahms and the women in his life

J ohannes Brahms was born into poverty on May 7, 1833, in Hamburg, Germany. His mother, whom Brahms adored, was seventeen years older than his father, a double bass player. Recognizing Johannes's musical talents and thinking he might be another Beethoven, the father began giving Brahms lessons. By age ten Johannes's talent spurred his father to see...
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