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J. BRAHMS, R. SCHUMANN: WORKS FOR VIOLA & PIANO (M.Paris, J.C.Vanden Eyden)

Schumann: Märchenbilder op. 113 | Brahms: Scherzo from F-A-E Sonata WoO 2, Sonata in F minor op.120 Nr. 1, Sonata in Es-flat major op.120 Nr. 2, Wiegenlied op.49 Nr.4

€18,00

SCORES

String Quintet in F minor Op. 34A, reconstruction from the original fragment of the manuscripts of 1864-1865

(Edited by Manuel de Col)DV 10084 80 Pages Romantic

€65,90

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Five Songs Op.105 (1886), for viola and piano

(Arr. Enrico Celestino)DV 20544 24 Pages Romantic

€18,90

 

Zigeunerlieder op. 103, for viola and piano

(Arr. Enrico Celestino)DV 20590 20 Pages Romantic

€18,90

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Five Songs Op.105 (1886), for viola and piano

(Arr. Enrico Celestino)DV 20544 24 Pages Romantic

€18,90

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Ein deutsches Requiem op.45 II. Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras, for organ (Arr. Michael Stenov)

(Arr. Michael Stenov)DV 20586 12 Pages Romantic

€14,90

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Schicksalslied op.54 (excerpt), for organ

(Arr. Michael Stenov)DV 20587 8 pages Romantic

€12,90

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Ein deutsches Requiem op.45 II. Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras, for organ (Arr. Michael Stenov)

(Arr. Michael Stenov)DV 20586 12 Pages Romantic

€14,90

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Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98, Fourth movements: Passacaglia

(Arr. Michael Stenov)DV 20584 20 Pages Romantic

€18,90

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Tragische Ouvertüre op. 81, for organ

(Arr. Michael Stenov)DV 20588 28 Pages Romantic

€22,90

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Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn Op.56, for organ

(Arr. Michael Stenov)DV 20585 28 Pages Romantic

€22,90

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(b Hamburg7 May 1833d Vienna3 April 1897). German composer. The successor to Beethoven and Schubert in the larger forms of chamber and orchestral music, to Schubert and Schumann in the miniature forms of piano pieces and songs, and to the Renaissance and Baroque polyphonists in choral music, Brahms creatively synthesized the practices of three centuries with folk and dance idioms and with the language of mid- and late 19th-century art music. His works of controlled passion, deemed reactionary and epigonal by some, progressive by others, became well accepted in his lifetime.

 

 

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