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Work: Piano Quartet no. 1, arranged for orchestra by Schoenberg

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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ChicagoSimone Young conducts Wagner and Brahms

Liszt, Wagner, Brahms
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Simone Young

GlasgowSymphony, Soup and a Sandwich: Brahms Piano Quartet no.1

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Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Junping Qian
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Giltburg delivers thoughtful Tchaikovsky

Boris Giltburg © Jean-Marc Gourdon
Giltburg impresses with his warm sound and thoughtfulness in Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto while Martín and the NSO revel in Schoenberg's transcript of Brahms' Piano Quartet no. 1 
***11
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Esprit and precision: Jean-Yves Thibaudet at the Tonhalle

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Known as the great “cavalier of the piano”, Jean-Yves Thibaudet recently treated the Zurich’s Tonhalle audience to Edward Grieg's stunning Piano Concerto. 
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The intimate and the grandiose: Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Schoenberg's extraordinary orchestration of Brahms' G minor Piano Quartet completes a satisfying Sydney Symphony Orchestra concert under the baton of Matthias Pintscher. 
****1
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Cleveland Orchestra: A surprisingly lackluster performance of Mahler and Brahms

Known as “the most European of American orchestras,” Cleveland’s stellar ensemble is usually at its most interesting when a European conductor comes to town. But this was more a case of the orchestra maintaining its standards despite, not because of, a visiting maestro. 
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Brahms meets Schoenberg: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in London for The Rest is Noise

Tonight’s The Rest is Noise concert, featuring the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas and Yefim Bronfman, took on one of 20th-century music’s biggest questions. Anyone who has been following this huge concert series – or indeed the accompanying BBC documentary The Sound and the Fury – will no doubt be acquainted by now with Arnold Schoenberg and his angry, radical ways.
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