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Brahms Plays His Hungarian Dance No.1 (Excerpt), 1889

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Uploaded on Oct 9, 2007

One of the most appraised historical recording of all time; Johannes Brahms plays an excerpt from one of his most famous piece, Hungarian Dance No.1. Recorded on December 2nd, 1889, on a Edison wax cylinder.

(Update : 11/05/03)

There is a very well written article about the history of this cylinder by German collector Stephan Puille, now available on Norman Bruderhofer's The Cylinder Archive (www.cylinder.de) website. Check it out!

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