This waltz in D minor is the ninth piece of Sixteen Waltzes, Op. 39 by famous German composer Johannes Brahms. Sixteen Waltzes is a set of 16 short waltzes for piano that were composed in 1865. They were intended as a tribute to the waltz dance form which had become especially fashionable in Vienna.
Originally written for piano four hands, they were also arranged for piano solo by the composer. This is the piano four hands version of the ninth waltz. The first half moves to the dominant key. Then the second half begins with a developmental passage that leads back to the the tonic.
I have played this beautiful romantic piece on a Steinway concert piano. It is ideal for your projects needing a short romantic solo piano piece.