String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67

Johannes Brahms composed his String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67, in 1875. It was published by Simrock the following year, shortly after its premiere. The piece is in four movements, written in the key of B flat major, and it bears a dedicatory to Professor Th. W. Engelmann, an amateur cellist who had hosted Brahms on a visit to Utrecht. An average performance lasts 34 minutes.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Complete Score (Breitkopf & Härtel)
String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Complete Score (N. Simrock)
String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Violin 1 (N. Simrock)
String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Violin 2 (N. Simrock)
String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Viola (N. Simrock)
String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Cello (N. Simrock)
String Quartet no. 3, Op. 67 - Transcription For Piano Solo

Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms was a German composer and pianist, and one of the leading musicians of the Romantic period. Born in Hamburg, Brahms ...