Brahms, Johannes. Erste Symphonie (C moll) Johannes Brahms Op. 68 für 2 Pianoforte zu 8 Händen von Robert Keller. Berlin: Verlag von N. Simrock in Berlin, G.m.b.H., . Simrock plate number 8032. 34 cm x 26.5. The Brahms First Symphony arranged for two pianos eight hands by Robert Keller. Two scores: Score I, Pianoforte I, Secondo (verso), Primo (recto), pages 1 – 59, complete; Score II, Pianoforte II, Secondo (verso), Primo (recto), pages 1 – 51, complete. Paper wrapper, back cover advertises the Ungarische Tänze von Johannes Brahms für 2 Pianoforte zu 4 händen and the Slavische Tänze von Anton Dvoŕák 2 Pianoforte zu 4 händen. Here is a small tear to the front wrapper with no text or paper loss, and a small damp stain to the front cover, otherwise the condition is very good. This copy is signed on the title page by Mary I[sabella] Dickson, daughter of Dr. George Dickson, 9 India Street, Edinburgh. Miss Dickson became the wife of Dr. Alan Menzies, a professor of chemistry at Princeton University. Her daughter was Elizabeth G. C. Menzies. One other complete copy of this rare eight-hand piano arrangement made during Brahms’s lifetime (1833-1897) at two pianos was located at the Nederlands Muziek Instituut, Muziekbibliotheek.