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Work: Hungarian Dance no. 21 in E minor

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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RavelloVeneziani & Valluzzi piano four-hands

Veneziani & Valluzzi piano four-hands
Mendelssohn, Ravel, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Dvořák, Brahms
Lucia Veneziani; Davide Valluzzi
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A magician at Lincoln Center: Martin Fröst

Martin Fröst and Henrik Måwe © Kevin Yataruba, courtesy of Lincoln Center
The Swedish clarinetist's recital in Alice Tully Hall, part of the Great Performers at Lincoln Center series, was as thrilling and rewarding as any before. 
*****
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Virtuoso violin, dynamic conducting: Bell and Hrůša in Zurich

Joshua Bell © Chris Lee
The Tonhalle Orchestra Zürich recently struck a perfect balance of emotive and restraint in music by Brahms, Bartók and Saint-Saëns.
****1
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Authenticity and spark from Jakub Hrůša

Jakub Hrůša © Pavel Hejnz
A Slavic treat from Jakub Hrůša and the Philharmonia saw an ebullient Dvořák's Eighth Symphony, a German-Hungarian-Czech combo, and Julian Rachlin an admirable last-minute stand-in in Tchaikovsky.
***11
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For whom the bell tolls: Babayan and Trifonov

Sergei Babayan © Christian Steiner
Teacher and pupil, Sergei Babayan and Daniil Trifonov, with four hands at two pianos, in a programme of two contrasting halves: Schumann, Schubert and Brahms followed by Rachmaninov. 
***11
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