Six Pieces for Piano, Op. 118 (Brahms)

Brahms's Six Pieces for Piano, Op. 118, were completed in 1893 and published with a dedication to Clara Schumann. The set was the penultimate of Brahms's published works. It was also his penultimate work for piano solo.

The pieces are frequently performed. Like Brahms's other late keyboard works, Op. 118 is more introspective than his earlier piano pieces, which tend to be more virtuosic in character. The six pieces are:

  1. Intermezzo in A minor. Allegro non assai, ma molto appassionato
  2. Intermezzo in A major. Andante teneramente
  3. Ballade in G minor. Allegro energico
  4. Intermezzo in F minor. Allegretto un poco agitato
  5. Romanze in F major. Andante
  6. Intermezzo in E minor. Andante, largo e mesto

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