Definition of Brahms, Johannes in English:

Brahms, Johannes

Syllabification: Brahms, Johannes
Pronunciation: /brämz
 
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( 1833–97), German composer and pianist. He eschewed program music and opera and concentrated on traditional forms. He wrote four symphonies, four concertos, chamber and piano music, choral works including the German Requiem (1857–68), and nearly 200 songs.

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