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Brahms Waltz

A Brahms waltz

Johannes Brahms was a German composer from 19th century Earth.

In 2269, the immortal Flint claimed that Johannes Brahms was one of his many identities, a claim supported by first officer Spock of the Federation starship USS Enterprise. During a visit to Holberg 917G, a planet owned and inhabited by Flint at that time, Spock found an unknown and recently written Brahms manuscript, which could only have been written by Flint. (TOS: "Requiem for Methuselah")

The Brahms paraphrase was written by Ivan Ditmars.

Geordi La Forge's "Moonlight on the Beach" holoprogram featured a gypsy violinist playing a Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 5. (TNG: "Booby Trap")

Data suggested playing a piece by Brahms to make Miles O'Brien feel more at home in Data's quarters when he visited the android seeking guidance concerning his proposed marriage with Keiko Ishikawa. (TNG: "Data's Day")

When Geordi La Forge wanted to impress Doctor Leah Brahms who was about to visit him in his quarters, he decided to play a Brahms piano etude, but changed his mind because he thought the idea was too corny. The piano music that is briefly heard is from the Brahms' Paganini Variations. (TNG: "Galaxy's Child")

In 2375, Janeway chose Intermezzo op.117 no.1 by Brahms as dinner music before having a dinner with Chakotay aboard USS Voyager. (VOY: "Timeless")

One of the pieces at the "Mozart recital" in TNG: "Sarek" was actually Brahms' second movement of the Sextet #1 in B-flat Major.

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