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Brahms page added

Brahms music presented limited but exiting possibilities for a percussive interpretation and many of the sequencers have restricted their permission for use to non commercial applications.

However the hungarian dances proved to be entertaining opportunities to use the steel drums with different harps including a wire harp and the celtic harp.

The real find was the Brahms Variations on a theme by Paganini where the opening is very familliar but I had never really listened to the subsequent variations. The steel drums and harp treatment really bring it alive - this is not just an academic exercise but the creation of some delightful life affirming music.

This work was sequenced by two brazilians who left their emial details in the file but placed no restrictions on usage. I tried the email addresses and googled their names to no effect and concluded that their work was now effectively in the public domain and that I am free to make it available. They are big files but i have kept to the same price as the other 3 minute plus pieces - so it will be interesting to see what the reaction is.

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