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Brahms - 16 Hungarian Dances



Type of Spiritual Experience


Despite his reputation as a serious composer of large, complex musical structures, some of Brahms's most widely known and most commercially successful compositions during his life were small-scale works of popular intent aimed at the thriving contemporary market for domestic music-making.

Among the most cherished of these lighter works by Brahms are his sets of popular dances—the Hungarian Dances, the Waltzes for piano duet (Op. 39), and the Liebeslieder Waltzes for vocal quartet and piano—and some of his many songs, notably the Wiegenlied (Op. 49, No. 4, published in 1868), described in a separate observation.

Please note not all these orchestrations are by Brahms, but they are nevertheless lovely.


A description of the experience

BRAHMS 16 Hungarian Dances | LSO, A.Dorati | 1960

Johannes BRAHMS: 16 Hungarian Dances (orchestral version), WoO 1 (1858/79)
0:20 / No.5 in G minor: Allegro — Vivace (°)
2:29 / No.6 in D major: Vivace (°)
5:15 / No.7 in F major: Allegretto — Vivo (°)
7:12 / No.21 in E minor: Vivace — E major: Più presto (§)
8:38 / No.11 in D minor: Poco andante (#)
12:04 / No.2 in D minor: Allegro non assai — Vivace (§ / $)
14:50 / No.1 in G minor: Allegro molto (*)
17:32 / No.10 in F major: Presto (*)
19:20 / No.3 in F major: Allegretto (*)
21:32 / No.18 in D major: Molto vivace (§)
22:57 / No.17 in F-sharp minor: Andantino — Vivace (§)
25:32 / No.19 in B minor: Allegretto (§)
27:35 / No.20 in E minor: Poco allegretto — Vivace (§)
29:56 / No.12 in D minor: Presto (#)
32:06 / No.15 in B-flat major: Allegretto grazioso (#)
34:54 / No.4 in F-sharp minor: Poco sostenuto — Vivace (^)
orchestration by: Johannes Brahms -1,3,10- (*) / Andreas Hallén -2- ($) / Paul Juon -4- (^) / Martin Schmeling -5,6,7- (°) / Hans Gál -8,9- / Albert Parlow -11,12,13,14,15,16- (#) / Antonin Dvořák -17,18,19,20,21- (§)
London Symphony Orchestra
Antal Doráti, conductor

The source of the experience

Brahms, Johannes

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