Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms was one of the most important composers in the second half of the 19th century. In addition to his work as a composer, he was already highly recognized as conductor and pianist during his lifetime. His numerous works are largely associated with the Romanticism and include almost all musical genres except operas.

Most significant works (Selection):

Op. 45 – „Ein Deutsches Requiem“
Op. 49 – „Wiegenlied“ („Guten Abend, gut‘ Nacht!“)
Op. 54 – „Schicksalslied“
Op. 55 – „Triumphlied“
Op. 56 – „Haydn-Variationen”
Op. 80 – „Akademische Festouvertüre“
Op. 103 / Op. 112 – „Zigeunerlieder“

WoO 1 – „Ungarische Tänze“