Notes & Reviews:
Perhaps the most popular of Johannes Brahms' works are his Hungarian Dances, which are first and foremost arrangements of melodies by Hungarian gypsy bands. The works, arranged in various instrumentations since, are worth hearing in their original form for piano four-hands, which demonstrates how subtly and inspired Brahms worked with the material, as Wilhelm Sinkovicz emphasizes in his text in the accompanying booklet. The works are played by Krassimira Jordan, trained in Vienna and primarily active in the United States, and by the Viennese pianist and professor Thomas Kreuzberger.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Bösendorfer-Saal, Vienna, Austria (04/2005).
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Works DetailsBrahms, Johannes : Hungarian Dances (21) for Piano 4 hands, WoO 1
- Performers: Krassimira Jordan (Piano); Thomas Kreuzberger (Piano)
- Running Time: 50 min. 28 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Written: 1858-1879