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Brahms violin and horn sonatas

Brahms violin and horn sonatas

Autumnal Brahms

From the November, 2006 issue

The leaves have turned. The skies are cloudy. The wind is from the north. The first frost is on the ground, and winter is in the air. It's what the old-timers called Brahms weather. Some composers know no season — Mozart is good any time of the year — but some composers are different: Rachmaninoff is good only in the winter, and Brahms is

 
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