Schönberg’s orchestration of Brahms’ “Piano Quartet in g” is so convincing, for me it equals the original version. I love the whole piece; but, for the the first two movement are preludes to the “march” in the Andante con Moto; only to be followed by that rip-roarin’ Rondo. It a testament to Schönberg’s insight that he should pick this one chamber work of Brahms and see how it almost cries out to be orchestrated. And such a brilliant orchestration it is. It’s virtually Brahms’ 5th symphony.