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Mayron Tsong and U.Md. Symphony Orchestra explore a Brahms masterwork

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Perhaps the very thing that makes Johannes Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, Op. 15 an intriguing piece lies in the fact that he really didn't think it was that wonderful. He worked it out so many times, annotating and reannotating, so that to this day, it remains a piece with many revisions. "He was a self-doubting person his whole life, anyway, but particularly so with this piece,"...

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