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This is not an orthodox or liturgical Requiem, and Brahms didn't have traditional religious views; he chose his own texts, and set German texts rather than Latin ones. The piece in its final seven-movement form developed over a period of time, the fifth movement (soprano solo) being the last to be composed.


Many of his compositions are famous. Here are just a few examples: the four symphonies, the four concertos, 'Cradle Song', the German Requiem.


Well, I'm not sure about all of his famous compositions, but one of his most famous ones was: A German Requiem Op. 45 Hope this helped.


Brahms completed four symphonies.


If you mean the Requiem in D Minor, The Famous one used in many movies and such, unfinished before he died. The Requiem in its entirety, with repeats & as Mozart intended, is around an hour and a half. Other interpretations go back & play other movements again or skip some because of their questionable authenticity as to whether Mozart wrote them or not.


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Johannes Brahms never married and had no children.