Brahms Hungarian Dances count on brilliant and spirited virtuosity whereas his 16 Waltzes op. 39 are more modest and intimate. Yet they are just as haunting who isnt familiar with the gently rocking melody of no. 15 that is one of Brahms best-known musical ideas? His publisher must have had an inkling of the success of this collection, as shortly after its publication in its original version for piano four hands in 1866, he asked the composer for a version for piano solo. We are now publishing it in a revised edition, based on the musical text of the new Brahms Complete Edition.
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