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Johannes Brahms
   was born in   
Germany
1833-1897; Romantic composer
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
"Liebesliederwalzer"
Op. 52; 18 songs
We Are God's People
   was written by   
Bryan Jeffery Leech & Johannes Brahms
English hymn text writer, Bryan Jeffery Leech, took the primary theme from Johannes Brahms' 1st Symphony, 4th movement and wrote lyrics which have become a hymn standard.
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77
1878
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor
Op. 15, 1858
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
St. Anthony Variations
Variations on a Theme of Haydn, op. 56a
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Clarinet Quintet
In B minor, 1891
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Tragic Overture
For orchestra, 1880
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Variations on a Theme by Haydn
1873
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Variations on a Theme by Paganini
For piano, 1863
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel
For piano, 1861
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann
For piano, 1854
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Eleven Chorale Preludes
For organ, 1896
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Academic Festival Overture
Op. 80
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
The Alto Rhapsody
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
A German Requiem
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
Hungarian Dances
Johannes Brahms
   is buried in   
Zentralfriedhof, Vienna, Austria
Composer, 1833-1897
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
"Wiegenlied"
Cradle Song (Brahm's Lullaby)
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
"The Visit to the Beloved"
Seven Songs, op. 48
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
"The Love Laments of the Maiden"
Seven Songs, op. 48
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
"Liebesglut"
The Fervor of Love, Five Songs, op. 47
Johannes Brahms
   composed   
"To the Nightingale"
Four Songs, op. 46
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
   recorded   
Johannes Brahms, Liebeslieder-Walzer
"The Originals" series; DG, 2009
New York Philharmonic
   recorded   
Johannes Brahms, Symphony No. 2
Kurt Masur; Teldec, 1993






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