Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Johannes Brahms
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Biography of Johannes Brahms
Brahms, Johannes. Hon.Mus.D. (Cantab, 1877), Hon.Ph.D. (Breslau, 1881). Received his first instruction from his father; then a pupil of Otto Cassel (piano) and Eduard Marxsen (composition). Made first public appearance when he was 16. Toured Northern Germany in 1853. Court director of music to Lippe-Detmold, 1854-58. Settled in Vienna, 1862. Conductor at Singakademie, Vienna, 1863-64; Gesellschaft der Musikfeunde, 1871-74. Composed symphonies, concertos, choral music, chamber, piano, and organ words, songs, &c. b. Hamburg, Germany, May 7th, 1833; d. Vienna, Austria, Apr. 3rd, 1897.
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|Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897)|
|Akademische Fest-Ouverture (Op. 80) (arr. by Edwin H. Lemare)||BE00556||€15.99|
|Ungarischer Tanz (No 5) (arr. by Edwin H. Lemare)||BE00557||€8.49|