[brahmz; German brahms]
- Jo·han·nes [yoh-hah-nuh s] /yoʊˈhɑ nəs/, 1833–97, German composer.
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- Johannes (joˈhanəs). 1833–97, German composer, whose music, though classical in form, exhibits a strong lyrical romanticism. His works include four symphonies, four concertos, chamber music, and A German Requiem (1868)
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