Notated Music Sextet, violins, violas, violoncellos, no. 1, op. 18, Bb major. Andante; arr. (Sketches) Sextet, opus 18, arrangement of second movement for piano solo.

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Title
Sextet, violins, violas, violoncellos, no. 1, op. 18, Bb major. Andante; arr. (Sketches)
Other Title
Sextet, opus 18, arrangement of second movement for piano solo.
Contributor Names
Brahms, Johannes -- 1833-1897 (composer)
Created / Published
1860 September 13, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Piano music, Arranged.
-  Brahms, Johannes -- 1833-1897 -- Manuscripts.
-  Musical sketches.
Notes
-  Holograph, signed.
-  The composer's arrangement of the second movement (Andante) of the Sextet no. 1, opus 18, for piano solo. (general)
-  Caption title. (general)
-  Title on cover: Sextet, opus 18, arrangement of second movement for piano solo. (general)
-  "Von John [sic] Brahms"--Caption. (statement of responsibility)
-  On p. [1]: 13 September 1860. (general)
-  The final p. is blank. (general)
Form
manuscript score
manuscript sketch
Extent
[8] p. of music ; 29 x 42 cm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2007579139
LC Classification
ML30.8b.B7 Op.18.A5 case
Online Format
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Description
manuscript score | [8] p. of music ; 29 x 42 cm. | Holograph, signed. The composer's arrangement of the second movement (Andante) of the Sextet no. 1, opus 18, for piano solo. (General). Caption title. (General). Title on cover: Sextet, opus 18, arrangement of second movement for piano solo. (General). "Von John [sic] Brahms"--Caption. (Statement Of Responsibility). On p. [1]: 13 September 1860. (General). The final p. is blank. (General). Manuscript Score (Form). Manuscript Sketch (Form).
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Brahms, Johannes. Sextet, violins, violas, violoncellos, no. 1, op. 18, Bb major. Andante; arr. Sketches. , monographic, 1860. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2007579139/. (Accessed April 28, 2017.)

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Brahms, J. (1860) Sextet, violins, violas, violoncellos, no. 1, op. 18, Bb major. Andante; arr. Sketches. , monographic. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2007579139/.

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Brahms, Johannes. Sextet, violins, violas, violoncellos, no. 1, op. 18, Bb major. Andante; arr. Sketches. , monographic, 1860. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/2007579139/>.