Brahms, Johannes

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Basic data

  1. Würth, Karl; Marks, G. W. Pen Names
  2. May 7, 1833 in Hamburg
  3. April 3, 1897 in Wien
  4. Komponist, Pianist, Dirigent
  5. Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Detmold, Wien

Iconography

Johannes Brahms, 1889 by Carl Brasch [de] (Source: Wikimedia)
Photograph from 1891 of the building in Hamburg where Brahms was born. It was destroyed by bombing in 1943. (Source: Wikimedia)
Ede Reményi (l.) and Brahms in 1852 (Source: Wikimedia)
Brahms in 1853 (Source: Wikimedia)
Clara Schumann in 1857, photograph by Franz Hanfstaengl (Source: Wikimedia)
Johannes Brahms, photographed c. 1872 (Source: Wikimedia)
Eduard Hanslick offering incense to Brahms; cartoon from the Viennese satirical magazine Figaro, 1890 (Source: Wikimedia)
Johann Strauss II (left) and Brahms, photographed in Vienna (Source: Wikimedia)
Grave in the Vienna Central Cemetery; monument designed by Victor Horta and sculpture by Ilse von Twardowski (Source: Wikimedia)
Monument dedicated to Brahms, by Max Klinger (1909) (Source: Wikimedia)
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Johannes Brahms,  (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Brahms, Johannes (Quelle: Münchner Stadtmuseum)

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