Brahms Hungarian Dance No 1 for Solo Violin String Orchestra

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Brahms' Hungarian Dance No. 1 has been arranged and performed by many musicians and orchestras since its premiere in 1869. One of the most notable arrangements was made by Joseph Joachim, a renowned Hungarian violinist, and friend of Brahms.

Joseph Joachim was a close friend of Brahms and one of the most renowned violinists of his time. He was born in Hungary and had a deep appreciation for Hungarian music. Joachim was so taken with Brahms' Hungarian Dances that he arranged them for violin and piano.

Here is an arrangement for Violin and String Orchestra of Joachim's version for violin and piano.

The PDF file contains the score and parts.

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