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Brahms: Piano Concerto 1 Op. 15 in D Minor

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Johannes Brahms - Concertos :
Piano Concerto 1, Op. 15
Piano Concerto 1 Op. 15  in D Minor by Brahms piano sheet music
Key: D Minor Year: 1859
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (16760 kB)

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xx Brahms concerto 1, op 15. sheet music edition?
May 19, 2011, 06:22:27 PM by cchamp27

Hi guys,

I'm looking for the sheet music to Brahms 1, but I'm having difficulty. The sheet music warehouse near me didn't have Brahms 1 ont he Henle catalogue, and when I searched Henle's site itself, they actually don't seem to produce it. The only thigns they had in the store were Schirmer and Durand. What edition should I use, I'd prefer Henle but am I not looking hard enough?


xx Brahms op 15, last movement
August 01, 2010, 08:02:35 PM by extroitus

I'm puzzled by the notation in the following bars. The cantabile is in straight eights, while the lower part of the right hand is in triplets. However, at some points the two voices coincide. My question is: Are the marked notes to be played like straight eights, or with delays to make them in line with the lower voice? All recordings I have point to straight playing, but the notation is ambiguous.

xx octave trills - brahms concerto 1
February 20, 2008, 12:12:22 PM by mamapia

could anyone out there who has played/practiced the 1st brahms concerto give me some helpful tips on how to practice those octave trills...? thanks

xx brahms piano concerto no. 1 1st movement
August 23, 2005, 09:40:58 PM by rapmasterb

Hi, I'm learning the above piece and its going great (Its for a 2-piano performance in a competition). However I'm worried on two counts:

1. I've been working for months on the tremolos but nothing doing, unfortunately. Does anyone have any practice suggestions?

2. There are huge leaps and double octave passages and lots of them. I can play them well on my own piano but I'm worried that in a  concert situation on a foreign piano  and on a stool of a different height I might encounter trouble with my awareness of the keyboard and subsequesntly fluff notes. Whats should I do to prepare for this?

I'd appreciate any help.


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