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Work: Cello Sonata no. 1 in E minor for Cello and Piano, Op.38

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
Work typeInstrumental
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PragueCamille Thomas and Lukáš Klánský

Czech Philharmonic
Mendelssohn, Brahms, Chopin, Messiaen, Franck
Camille Thomas; Lukáš Klánský

AmsterdamJohannes Moser and Alasdair Beatson: Brahms, Mendelssohn and Mendelssohn

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Mendelssohn, Brahms
Johannes Moser; Alasdair Beatson

LinzJulia Hagen & Aaron Pilsan

Mendelssohn, Raff, Brahms
Julia Hagen; Aaron Pilsan

LondonSir András Schiff, Young Soloists of the Kronberg Academy

Mozart, Brahms, Schumann, Beethoven
Sir András Schiff; Marie-Astrid Hulot; Timothy Ridout; Hayoung Choi
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It's all the Bs for Laura van der Heijden and Tom Poster for Music in the Round. 
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Hough and Isserlis in a heavyweight programme at Wigmore Hall

Steven Isserlis © Joanna Bergin

The opening of Stephen Hough's Brahms residency at Wigmore Hall has mixed results. 

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Brahms unleashed in South Pasadena

Paul Watkins © Nina Large
After tumbling deliriously to the end, if they had played one of Brahms' Hungarian Dances as an encore, they would have had them the audience dancing in the aisles.
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Revolt against tradition: Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan at Wigmore Hall

Alisa Weilerstein © Harald Hoffmann | Decca
The unmistakable approach of the American cellist lent itself easily to both Stravinsky and a recent work by Steven Mackey. It also twisted Brahms a little beyond recognition.
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Cello music romantic and modern in Gstaad

One of the more attractive features of the Sommets Musicaux festival is the series of concerts in Gstaad chapel, each given by a young musician who has been spending the week attending classes, with a mentor – in this case, Mario Brunello – and each including a world première written by the festival’s composer in residence – this year, it’s the turn of Nicolas Bacri.
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