Johannes brahms - paul kletzki - konzert für violine violoncello und orchester a-moll "doppelkonzert"


Johann Jakob gave his son his first musical training; Johannes also learnt to play the violin and the basics of playing the cello . From 1840 he studied piano with Otto Friedrich Willibald Cossel (1813–1865). Cossel complained in 1842 that Brahms "could be such a good player, but he will not stop his never-ending composing." At the age of 10, Brahms made his debut as a performer in a private concert including Beethoven 's quintet for piano and winds Op. 16 and a piano quartet by Mozart . He also played as a solo work an étude of Henri Herz . By 1845 he had written a piano sonata in G minor. [6] Brahms's parents disapproved of his early efforts as a composer, feeling that he had better career prospects as a performer. [7]

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