Piano Quartet no. 2, Op. 26

Johannes Brahms finished his Piano Quartet, Op. 26, in 1861. The work, scored for piano, violin, viola, and cello, is in the key of A major and, with a 50-min. performance time, is the longest of Brahms' chamber works. It was premiered in 1863 by the Hellmesberger Quartet, with Brahms himself at the piano.

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