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Cellist Bion Tsang Celebrates Brahms Birthday on May 7 with Free Download of Hungarian Dance No. 5

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Believe it or not, but nineteenth century pop music can still bring an audience to its feet in the 21st century.

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Doctor SixPack PhD

Eden Prairie, MN

#1 Dec 7, 2009
Yep!:) And Dvorak's dances are lovely, too. What the concert world needs is more pops concerts, even if it is "dumbing down" classical music.

BTW I find the 3rd mvt of the Brahms Third Symphony to be sweetly sad. It sounds very much like Tchaikovsky.

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