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71-80 of 88 videos of music composed by Johannes Brahms

3 year old Jonathan conducting to Brahms Symphony No 1
3 year old Jonathan conducting to Brahms Symphony No 1 3 year old Jonathan conducting to Johannes Brahms' Symphony No. 1 in C minor. Jonathan's passion for classical music became apparent when he was only eight months old. Shortly after that he began conducting on his own. At the age of three and a half, Jonathan was able to read musical notes. He has also learned to vocalize the solfège syllables (do, re, mi, etc).
Victor Borge - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 piano jokes
Victor Borge - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 piano jokes Victor Borge was classical piano's class clown :) the man was a genius. In this skit, he .. well.. just watch :)
Biggie and Brahms - "Warning" [pianist: D.Kreiger]
Biggie and Brahms - "Warning" [pianist: D.Kreiger] Pianist: Dan Kreiger || Johannes Brahms - Rhapsody in G Minor Op. 79/2 || The Notorious B.I.G. - "Warning" || please note - this is a derivative work || Produced and Arranged by Dan Kreiger (For Jerz)
Brahms Intermezzo no. 2 in A
Brahms Intermezzo no. 2 in A This is me playing Johann Brahms' Intermezzo no. 2 in A Major. Excuse the jingling in the beginning - that's my dog having horrible performance etiquette. Also, I make two or three tiny mistakes here and there, but I don't believe they detract from the overall performance.

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Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 15 / Fischer · Berliner Philharmoniker
Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 15 / Fischer · Berliner Philharmoniker Full-length concert at www.digitalconcerthall.com Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 15 (orch. Iván Fischer) / Iván Fischer, conductor · Berliner Philharmoniker / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 24 October 2009. The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall: dch.berliner-phi...
Brahms Hungarian dance #5 played on Japanese Shamisen!
Brahms Hungarian dance #5 played on Japanese Shamisen! Kevin Kmetz plays Tsugaru Shamisen.
Brahms Hungarian Dance 5 - Stokowski, Philadelphia Orchestra, 1917 (
Brahms Hungarian Dance 5 - Stokowski, Philadelphia Orchestra, 1917 ( Beginning in 1917, the recording career of Leopold Stokowski is surely one of the longest ever - he died in 1977, aged 95, on the day he had intended to record Rachmaninov's Second Symphony. The full Pristine Audio release from which this track was taken charts the earliest days of this lengthy output, concentrating on those recordings unique to his acoustic output - including major symphonic music by Beethoven and Mozart, as well as important works by Brahms, Wagner, Stravinsky and others. Also included here is Stokowski's very first recording of a piece he would return to more often than any other conductor - Stravinsky'sFirebird Suite in its US disc première - cut to wax in the dying days of the acoustic era in late 1924 and never reissued until now. The whole collection is presented in a new XR remastering which achieves an incredible sound quality more akin to microphone recordings than those of the acoustic horn - an truly essential listen: www.pristineclassical.com
Hungarian Dance - Brahms
Hungarian Dance - Brahms Brahms' Hungarian Dance performed by Mikhail Barash.
Brahms, Piano Quartet, C Minor, 3rd mvt, Andante, opus 60
Brahms, Piano Quartet, C Minor, 3rd mvt, Andante, opus 60 One of Brahms' most beautiful slow movements, for string trio with piano. FAQ Q: Who is playing this piece? A: Sorry, I don't know. I licensed this recording from Keith Salmon, of Royalty Free Classical Music (dot org). Q: Who is this Brahms person? A: You can read about him here en.wikipedia.org Q: If it's a piano quartet, why do I hear violins? A: A piece of music for a solo instrument accompanied by a piano is most often called a sonata (violin sonata, flute sonata, etc.), but when a string trio (violin, viola, violoncello) is joined by a piano, it's called a piano quartet. A piece for four pianists is usually referred to as "eight-hand piano music." Go figure. Q: Something sounds wrong in the second beat of the measure that starts at 5:26. A: Yes; the violist plays a D-natural on the second beat; it should be a D-sharp. Q: This is really beautiful; what other pieces are like this? A: I don't know of another piece that's this beautiful in quite this way, but the other piano trios, quartets and quintets of Schubert, Schumann and Brahms are really good, so that's a good place to start. Q: Isthere a way I could make the bar-graph scores myself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate this display; you can get the (Windows) software here: www.musanim.com There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: www.classicalarchives.com Q: Could you please do a MAM video of ______? A: First ...
Brahms: Hungarian Dance 5 - 6 Cecchetto
Brahms: Hungarian Dance 5 - 6 Cecchetto Vittorio Cecchetto conducting "Città Murata Orchestra" live at Teatro Sociale Cittadella 2007.
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