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During his short career, Mozart left about 45 verifiable concerti dating from to his last year, These do not include five early piano concerti arranged from concerto or sonata movements written by Emanuel and Christian Bach and two lesser composers. Out of the total, there are 21 for piano, six for violin, five for horn, two for flute, and one each for oboe, clarinet, bassoon, flute, and harp , two pianos, three pianos, and two violins called Concertone. Best known and most played are five of the last eight solo piano concerti K. Two of the violin concerti are well-known K.
Among those five solo piano concerti, that in D minor K.
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The Concerto in C Major , K. The Concerto in A Major , K. Like the D-minor concerto, that in C minor K. The much smaller output of concerti by Beethoven, anticipating the still smaller outputs by his 19th-century successors, is not surprising in view of the wider range of expression, further exploration of instrumental resources, and greater size of his concerti. There are nine complete works in all. These include seven with piano—the so-called standard five — plus one more from his boyhood and another, using chorus as well as orchestra, that is seldom performed, oddly constructed, and almost unclassifiable Choral Fantasia , Opus 80, first performed One could hardly find a wider range of expression than that between the third, fourth, and fifth Emperor piano concerti.
Reduced to capsule, subjective terms, the third, in C minor, must be characterized as compelling drama, hushed serenity, and feverish drive in its respective movements; the fourth as joyous lyricism, stark tragedy, and scintillating gaiety; and the fifth as heroic grandeur, noble dignity, and victorious rejoicing. The opening tutti sections may be taken as samples of the wide variety of musical structure in these same three concerti.
In the third, the tutti extends the exposition of the themes by developing or discussing each after it is first stated. The solo enters almost at once, with only a short flourish, on the main theme. In the fourth concerto, the piano begins alone with a short, refreshingly simple pronouncement of the main theme, followed immediately by a surprising, tangential entrance of the orchestra.
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There unfolds a full exposition that discusses each theme even more than in the third concerto. This time the solo enters for the repeated exposition only after a more extended flourish, lasting 15 measures. In the last concerto, the soloist begins by embellishing each of the three primary harmonies in the orchestra with a separate cadenza.
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Only after this opening does there begin a complete tutti exposition that, in its discussion of the themes, is still more developed than in the fourth concerto. Not until the orchestral exposition is ended does the solo enter again to begin its highly virtuosic elaboration in a repeated exposition.
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Rondo in A Major () scored for Piano Solo
Sonata movements included in the London Sketchbook , K. Sonata for Two Pianos in D major, K. Sonata in C major for keyboard four-hands, K.