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Johannes Brahms (about 1853)
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Life

Born: May 7th 1833 in Hamburg

Died: April 3rd 1897 in Vienna

Biography

View the Wikipedia article on Johannes Brahms.


List of choral works

For Brahms works

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Sacred music

  • Missa Canonica, WoO 18   for mixed choir and continuo (organ)
    1. Kyrie  
    2. Sanctus  
    3. Benedictus     (2 editions available)
    4. Agnus Dei  
  • Psalm 13, Op. 27   (Herr, wie lange willst du)   [How long wilt thou forget me, o Lord]   ( Network.png )

Secular music




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Publications

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