Brahms Hungarian Dance No 5
Brahms Hungarian Dances, WoO 1, Dance no. 5. Allegro in F# minor (Excerpt). Arranged and recorded by Bryan Chi. The contrasting B section is omitted, and the second half of the piece repeats the A section with more intensity, fuller orchestration and faster tempo.
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|Prominent Instruments:||Full orchestra|
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|Artist:||Brahms, Johannes -- Bryan Chi|
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May 7, 1833 – April 3, 1897
German composer Johannes Brahms is one of the most widely respected and enjoyed classical artists of all time. He is grouped with Bach and Beethoven as part of the Three Bs of classical music.
Brahms showed exceptional skill as a pianist from a very young age. He was the son of a double bassist who played in the Hamburg Philharmonic Society. Brahms began his career practicing in taverns, bistros, and brothels. As he grew into his twenties, he mingled with other talents, including composer Robert Schumann.
Brahms worked mostly from Vienna from 1862 onwards, where he focused solely on composing. He produced opulent symphonies, powerful concertos, as well as chamber music. His works are noteworthy for including clarinet.
A perfectionist, Brahms’ oeuvre is notable in its intertwining of the music elements of counterpoint and development within a structured, yet expressive form.
Academic Festival Overture
Piano Concertos #'s 1, 2
Violin Concerto in D
Symphony #1 in C Minor
Bryan is a composer, pianist, and multi-instrumentalist based in BC, Canada. His composition has been heard by millions of audiences in Asia and across the world in collaboration with Tencent Games, EA games, National Geographic, Investigation Discovery Etc. Besides classical music, which is the heart of Bryan's musical influence, there are many musical genres that Bryan is acquainted with, including, electronic, jazz, and world. He is constantly trying to break the boundaries between different genres, and mix elements of different styles to create unique sonic results tailored for each project.