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Work: Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op.114

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
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BerlinBrahms' Clarinet Trio & Beethoven's Septet

Brahms, Beethoven
Ralf Forster; Dmitry Babanov; Reiner Luft; Petr Matěják

LondonGreenwich Trio

Conway Hall
Beethoven, Brahms
Greenwich Trio

LondonWang / Capuçon / Ottensamer trio

Brahms, Zemlinsky
Yuja Wang; Gautier Capuçon; Andreas Ottensamer

CologneChamber music with Kristian Bezuidenhout

Brahms, Schumann
Kristian Bezuidenhout; Oliver Schwarz; Natalie Chee; Nathan Braude

AmsterdamBeethoven's 'Gassenhauer' Trio and Brahms’ Clarinet Trio

© Milagro Elstak
Beethoven, Bull, Brahms
Olivier Patey; Joris van den Berg; Martijn Willers
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Irresistible Ravel from Beatrice Rana at Rencontres Musicales d’Évian

Beatrice Rana © Rencontres Musicales d’Évian
The Italian pianist is joined by Gautier Capuçon and Paul Meyer for late Beethoven and autumnal Brahms.
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Brahms meets Schlumpf in Baden

While a modern concert series staged in a one-time printing press couldn’t take the space farther from its first life, three musicians in Baden recently wrote a new kind of headline.
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Bargemusic gives a strong showing for composers old and new

The “Masterworks Series” at Bargemusic, featuring such diverse composers as Bach, Stephen Foster, Tan Dun and Gunther Schuller, gave audiences a welcome break from the oppressive New York humidity Sunday afternoon.
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Mark van de Wiel and Endymion play Brahms

Whenever Brahms is mentioned, songs and symphonies often come straight to mind: after all, the man was the master of all things symphonic, even his piano sonatas being called “veiled symphonies” by his mentor, Schumann.
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The Romance of the Clarinet: Trios at the Lincoln Center

It’s difficult to find criticism for a concert like this. Three venerable musicians who are familiar colleagues meet over three gorgeous pieces of music – what’s not to love? And a program of three clarinet trios is like a three-course meal of desserts.
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