Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) - Piano Concertos 11,12,13,14,17,18,19. A very big THANKS to Sony Music who authorized us to release this recording. Piano Concerto in F major, . 13 . llegro (00:00) Piano Concerto in F major, . 13 I. arghetto (09:24) Piano Concerto in F major, . 13 II. empo di menuetto (17:14). Piano Concerto in A major, . 14 . llegro (23:04) Piano Concerto in A major, . 14 I. ndante (32:41) Piano Concerto in A major, . 14 II. ondo. Mozart’s concertos, however, were far from concert hall staples in the early 20th century. Yet the tide began to turn. A new generation of classically oriented keyboard luminaries, whose ranks included Wanda Landowska, Walter Gieseking, Edwin Fischer and Arthur Schnabel, helped further the cause, as did Lili Kraus.
Gentle Summery Carefree Cheerful Child-like Elegant. Classy Gatherings Summer. Mozart: Concertos for piano No12; Concertos for piano No11.
Concertos; For piano, orchestra; Scores featuring the piano; Scores featuring the orchestra; For orchestra with soloists; For 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, piano (arr); Scores featuring the violin; Scores featuring the viola; Scores featuring the cello; Scores featuring the double bass; For 6 players; For 2 harpsichords (arr); Scores featuring the harpsichord; For 2 players; For 2 pianos. Robert Casadesus (piano), The Columbia Symphony Orchestra, George Szell (di. Publisher Info. Philips A 0. 95 L, 1957.
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. 12 (Mozart). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, K. 414 (385p), was written in the autumn of 1782 in Vienna. It is scored for solo piano (or harpsichord), two oboes, two bassoons (optional), two horns, and strings (consisting of violins, violas, cellos, and double basses)
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. Barenboim conducts from the piano, leading the English Chamber Orchestra in performances of breathtaking passion and verve.
Allegro Piano Concerto N. in F-dur 'Lodron' (for 3 Pianos, arranged for 2 Pianos), KV 242 07 - I. Allegro 08 - II. Adagio 09 - III. Rondeau.
It was the first full concerto he wrote for the subscription concerts he gave in the city. The autograph is held by the Jagiellońska Library, Kraków with an additional, now incomplete, copy that Mozart brought to Salzburg in 1783, in the library of the Archabbey of St Peter's, Salzburg. Mozart, W. A. Piano Concertos Nos. 11–16 in full score. Dover Publications, New York.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Concerto No. 1 in F Major for Piano and Orchestra, K. 37. I. Allegro. Murray Perahia - The Bach Album. Mozart: Sonatas for Piano . 10, 331 & 533/494. The Art of Murray Perahia. Mozart: The Piano Concertos. Murray Perahia Plays Chopin.