Johannes Brahms

  • 7 May 1833  – 3 April 1897
  • German composer and pianist
  • Composed for piano, chamber ensembles, symphony orchestra, and for voice and chorus
  • Most famous works include four symphonies, the "Double Concerto" for violin and piano four hands and the "Academic Festival Overture."

  Chamber Music Works

  • Sonatas
    • Op. 78, violin sonata no. 1, G major, 1878-79
    • Op. 100, violin sonata no. 2, A major, 1886
    • Op. 108, violin sonata no. 3, d minor, 1886-88
    • Op. 38, cello sonata no. 1, e minor, 1862-65
    • Op. 99, cello sonata no. 2, F major, 1886
    • Op. 120, two sonatas clarinet or viola and piano, f minor and E flat major, 1894
  • String Quartets
    • Op. 51, two string quartets, c minor a minor, 1865-73
    • Op. 67, string quartet no. 3, B flat major, 1876
  • String Quintets
    • Op. 88, quintet no. 1, F major, 1882 (viola)
    • Op. 111, quintet no. 2, G major, 1890 (viola)
  • String Sextets
    • Op. 18, sextet no. 1, B flat major, 1858-60
    • Op. 36, G major, 1864-65
    • Mixed Quintet
      • Op. 115, b minor, clarinet and string quartet, 1891
  • Piano Trio
    • Op. 8, piano trio no. 1, B major, 1853-54
    • Op. 40, trio (violin, horn or viola and piano), E flat major, 1865
    • Op. 87, piano trio no. 2, C major, 1880-82
    • Op. 101, piano trio no. 3, c minor, 1886
    • Op. 114, trio (clarinet or viola, cello and piano), a minor, 1891
  • Piano Quartet
    • Op. 25, piano quartet no. 1, g minor, 1861
    • Op. 26, piano quartet no. 2, A major, 1861-62
    • Op. 60, piano quartet no. 3, c minor, 1855-75
  • Piano Quintets
    • Op. 34, f minor, 1861-64