adjective see Brahms

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  • Brahmsian — See Brahms, Johannes. * * * …   Universalium

  • brahmsian — brahms·ian …   English syllables

  • brahmsian — ˈbrämzēən, rȧm adjective Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Johannes Brahms died 1897 German composer + English ian : of or relating to Brahms or his musical compositions …   Useful english dictionary

  • Brahms — Brahmsian, adj. Brahmsite, n. /brahmz/; Ger. /brddahms/, n. Johannes /yoh hah neuhs/, 1833 97, German composer. * * * …   Universalium

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  • Brahms — biographical name Johannes 1833 1897 German composer & pianist • Brahmsian adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Dirk Schäfer — (Rotterdam November 25, 1873–Amsterdam February 16, 1931) was a Dutch concert pianist and composer of pianoforte pieces ( Sonate Inaugurale Op. 9) and chamber music, such as his distinctly Brahmsian piano quintet in D flat (Opus 5) and his… …   Wikipedia

  • Rosalind Ellicott — (November 14 1857 ndash; April 5 1924) was an English composer.LifeEllicott was born in Cambridge, the daughter of the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol. Her father had no interest in music whatsoever, however it has been suggested that it was his …   Wikipedia

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