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  1. 06/01/2015 · Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Photograph 1891 of the building in Hamburg where Brahms was born. Brahms’s family occupied part of the first floor (second floor to Americans), behind the two double windows on the left hand side. The building was destroyed by bombing in 1943. Johann Jakob gave his son his first musical training.

  2. Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg, Germany, on May 7, 1833, the son of Johann Jakob and Christina Nissen Brahms. His father, an innkeeper and a musician of moderate ability, taught him to play violin and piano. When Brahms was six years old he created his own method of writing music in order to get the melodies he created on paper.

  3. Brahms nació el 7 de mayo de 1833 en Hamburgo, en el seno de una modesta familia en la que el padre se ganaba la vida tocando en tabernas y cervecerías. Músico precoz, el pequeño Johannes empezó pronto a acompañar a su progenitor al violín interpretando música de baile y las melodías entonces de moda.

  4. Welcome to the Johannes Brahms WebSource. A site for all eyes. Click here to e-mail. This site was founded by Mary I. Ingraham. Since 2015 it has been managed and updated by Thomas Quigley ( Brahms Bibliographer, Vancouver, Canada). Thank you, Mary, for all your work on behalf of Brahms. Most recent update to the site was in February 2021.

  5. 17/07/2022 · Johannes Brahms (7th May 1833–3rd April 1897) was a composer of the Romantic period. Born in Hamburg, Germany, he eventually settled in Vienna, Austria. Brahms wrote a number of major works for orchestra, including two serenades, four symphonies, two piano concertos, a Violin Concerto, a Double Concerto for violin and cello, and a pair of orchestral overtures, the Academic Festival Overture ...

  6. Johannes Brahms - Op.49 No.4 Wiegenlied / Lullaby (original composition)

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  7. Anexo:Composiciones de Johannes Brahms. Este catálogo contiene las obras de Johannes Brahms ordenadas por número de opus . Interpretada por el famoso pianista Hans von Bülow. Dedicada a Joseph Joachim. Liebestreu, Liebe und Frühling I, Liebe und Frühling II, Lied, En Reer Fremde, Lied. Dedicadas a Bettina von Arnin.

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