Johannes Brahms - Hungarian Dance No. 5
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Hungarian Dance No. 5 in G minor
The German composer, pianist, and conductor Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) was one of the most significant composers of the 19th century. His works greatly enriched the romantic repertory.
- First time hearing this. It blew me away. Fantastic!
- We learnd this at school for me it sound funny i dont know why :) -thancks ms.dixon for showing us this beutifal masterpiece :')
- This is a MASTERPIECE.
- Thank you for the unbelievable array of portraits.
- 267 Dislikes? Nice try guetta
- Or perhaps Charlie Chaplin?
- No, he wasnt born in 1833, he was the same person as Da Vinci, and many others, It was one guy that was immortal.
Star Trek Original Series fans will understand.
By the way, awesome music
- I don't think I've heard any Hungarian composers before... except their folk music which is really catchy.
Russians are awesome, though.
- Well, modern as in anyone who's still alive. There are so many people out there that don't understand the magnificence that is classical.
Me, I love classical and any music that is older than me (I was born in 1988 - most music post-80s has gone down the drain and become commercial crap). Heck, some of my favorite songs are from the 1950s-1960s (like Cliff Richard's stuff).
- I think they're phone numbers O.o
- And Niccolo Paganini too.
He was a virtuoso guitarist... but playing the violin.
- jewish ??
- how the f*ck do you remember your username?
- 1:29 This bit sound so much like In this river melody from BLS. :D
- I find the Russians and Hungarians very good as well. :)
- love it
- THE MAMUSHKA!!!
- No, he is Charlie Chaplin.
- jewish music, and, I enjoyed it
- what a beautiful and brilliant song :) it makes your feelings dance
- My barber is Sweeney Todd
- whats a modern person cuz im 15 and this is loads better than most of the shit you find these days( I mainly listen to 70s, 80s, 90s and classical)
- hello mark