Bazzini les ronde des lutins | Razvan Stoica violin
GRAND PRIZE in 2013 E.B.U. music competition ” New Talent ” being the first Romanian musician in history that wins this prestigious competition. Razvan has performed, both as a guest soloist and also...
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Johannes Brahms
Unfortunately, I caught the performance a few minutes into this movement, but the rest of the movement is ON FIRE! Violin I: Pinkhas Zukerman Violin II: Ida ...
Johannes Brahms - Piano Concerto No. 1
Johannes Brahms Piano concerto n°1 in D minor, op.15 1st mvmt (Maestoso. Poco più moderato) (1of3) Vladimir Ashkenazy Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Carl...
Johannes Brahms - Piano concerto No.1
Johannes Brahms Piano concerto n°1 in D minor, op.15 1st mvmt (Maestoso. Poco più moderato) (1of3) Vladimir Ashkenazy Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Carl...
Johannes Brahms - Paganini Variations (Gilels)
Gilels plays Brahms: Paganini Variations Book 1 (2/2) January 9, 1983, Tchaikovsky Hall / Moscow.
Johannes Brahms - Piano Quintet
Vienna Konzerthaus April 06 SONORIS Quartett performs Brahms Piano Quintet in f Chika Murata pf, Martin Masan 1vl Monika Hager 2vl Nora Romanoff Schwarzberg ...
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James Joseph Sylvester
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Joseph Lewi
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Archibald M. Kennedy
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Emily Langton Massingberd
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James Dougherty (Medal of Honor)
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Robert William Cochran-Patrick
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George Clement Boase
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Pleasant B. Tully
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Pedro de Aycinena y Piñol
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Karl von Lützow
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John F. Farnsworth
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George V. N. Lothrop
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