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The Piano Concerto No. 25 in C major, K. 503, was completed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on December 4, 1786, alongside the Prague Symphony, K. 504. Although two more concertos (K. 537 and K. 595) would later follow, this work is the last of what are considered the twelve great piano concertos written in Vienna between 1784 and 1786. Chronologically the work is the 21st of Mozart's 23 original piano concertos.

Mozart: Concertos for piano No25; Concertos for piano No16.

Concerto pour piano nº 16 de Mozart; Piano Concerto No. 16; Pianoconcert nr. 16; XVI Koncert fortepianowy (KV 451); Pianokonsert nr. 16 av Mozart; 16. Klavierkonzert; Mozart: Zongoraverseny No. 16; ピアノ協奏曲第16番 (モーツァルト); Concierto para piano . 16; Концерт для фортепіано з оркестром № 16 (Моцарт); Pianokonsert nr. 16; Concert per a piano núm. 16; Concerto per pianoforte e orchestra n. 1. Piano Concertos by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Piano Concerto N. in D major, . 75. Rondo in D major, . 82. in B♭ major, . 38. in F major for 3 (or 2) Pianos, . 42 Lodron. in C major, . 46 Lützow. in E♭ major, . 71 Jeunehomme. 0 in E♭ major for 2 Pianos, . 65. 2 in A major, . 14/385p. Rondo in A major, . 86.

Mozart Piano Concertos, compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart not only numerous in quantity and excellent in quality but also standing very early in the existence of the genre and, indeed, of the piano itself. Mozart’s concerti for solo piano and orchestra served as a standard model for composers. Of the following listing, only multi-movement works for piano and orchestra are included. Mozart also composed a number of single movement works for that scoring, though due to their brevity, these are not usually counted as full concerti. The three concerti cataloged by Ludwig Ritter von Koechel as are not generally included in the standard numbering, so although one usually reads of Mozart’s 27 piano concerti, there are more accurately 30, even excluding the single-movement works.

Piano Concerto No. 27 in B flat K595: III. Allegro - Cadenza - Tempo I. Rondo for Piano and Orchestra in D K382. Concerto No. 20 in D Minor, . 66: Third Movement. album: Mozart: Piano Concertos. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K 467: I. Allegro. album: Essential Mozart, Vol. 2.

The Piano Concerto No. 16 in D major, KV. 451, is a concertante work for piano, or pianoforte, and orchestra by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart composed the concerto for performance at a series of concerts at the Vienna venues of the Trattnerhof and the Burgtheater in the first quarter of 1784, where he was himself the soloist. Mozart noted this concerto as complete on 22 March 1784 in his catalog, and performed the work later that month  . Cole has noted Mozart's use of meter changes in the coda of the finale, starting at measure 315, from 2/4 to 3/8, and subsequent thematic. 26 in D major, K. 537 'Coronation': I. .Composer(s) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 503: I. Allegro maestoso. Artist(s) Andrew Manze Francesco Piemontesi Scottish Chamber Orchestra. 503: II. Andante.

Murray Perahia plays Mozart - The Piano Concertos. Audio CD. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Bringing together Mozart’s complete solo piano concertos, performed by the peerless Daniel Barenboim, this collection provides a showcase of the composer’s development of the genre, ranging from his early pasticcio works to those of powerful compositional prowess, as he began to carve his name in musical history. 8. 30. 16 in D, . 51 : II. Andante (1988 Remastered Version). by English Chamber Orchestra/Daniel Barenboim. Andante (1988 Remastered Version) by English Chamber Orchestra/Daniel Barenboim.