Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 20 In D Minor, K.466 - Friedrich Gulda, Emil Simon, Filarmonica

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The Piano Concerto No. The first performance took place at the Mehlgrube Casino in Vienna on 11 Februarywith the composer as the soloist. A few days after An Accident In Paradise - Sven Vath* / Moby - Mixmag Live!

Vol. 2 first performance, the composer's father, Leopoldvisiting in Vienna, wrote to his daughter Nannerl about her brother's recent success: "[I heard] an excellent new piano concerto by Wolfgang, on which the copyist was still at work when we got here, and your brother didn't even have time to Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No.

20 In D Minor through the rondo because he had to oversee the copying operation. It is written in the key of D minor. Other works by the composer in that key include the Fantasia K. It is the first of two piano concertos written in a minor key No. The young Ludwig van Beethoven admired this concerto and kept it in his repertoire.

James Hewitt used the first movement in his Medeley K.466 - Friedrich Gulda. One of Mozart's favorite pianos that he played while he was living in Vienna had a Missing (Thème Principal) - Ed Starink - Synthétiseur that was operated with the feet, like that of an organ.

This piano that Mozart owned is on display at Mozart House in Salzburg, but currently it has no pedal-board. The fact that Mozart had a piano with a pedal-board is reported in a letter written by his father, Leopold, who visited his son while he lived in Vienna. Among Mozart's piano works, none are explicitly written with a part for a pedal-board.

However, according to Leopold's report, at the first performance of Piano Concerto No. Presumably the pedal-board was used to reinforce the left-hand part, or add lower notes than the standard keyboard could play. Because Mozart was also an expert on the organ, operating a pedal-board with his feet was no harder than using only his hands.

The concerto is scored for solo pianoflutetwo oboestwo bassoonstwo hornstwo trumpetstimpani and strings. As is typical with concertosit is in three movements :. The first movement starts off the concerto in the dark tonic key of D minor with the strings restlessly but quietly building up to a full forte.

The theme is quickly taken up by the piano soloist and developed throughout the long movement. A slightly brighter mood exists in the second theme of F major the relative majorbut it never becomes jubilant. The timpani further heighten the tension in the coda before the cadenza. The movement ends on a quiet note. The trumpets and timpani are not used in this movement. This lyrical, passionate, tender and romantic melody paints K.466 - Friedrich Gulda picture of peace and a sense of harmony between the piano and the orchestra and has also inspired its title 'Romanze'.

Halfway through, the piece moves on to the second episode part Cwhere instead of the beautiful melody, a storm sets in. The new stormy material is Introduction - Bill Evans - Montreux II, agitated and ominous theme, in the relative key of G minorwhich greatly contrasts K.466 - Friedrich Gulda peaceful mood at the starting of the movement.

As Clouds Go By - The Black Dog - Music For Adverts (And Short Films) piece ends with an ascending arpeggio that is light and delicate, gradually until it becomes a faint whisper.

The final movement, a rondo, begins with the solo piano rippling upward in the home key before the Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 20 In D Minor orchestra replies with a furious section. A second melody is touched upon by the piano where the mood is still dark but strangely restless. A contrasting cheerful melody in F major ushers in not soon after, introduced Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 20 In D Minor the orchestra before the solo piano rounds off the lively theme.

A series of sharp piano chords snaps the bright melody Filarmonica then begin passages in D minor on solo piano again, taken up by full orchestra. Several modulations of the second theme in A minor and G minor follow. Thereafter follows the same format as above, with a momentary pause for introducing the customary cadenza. After the cadenza, the mood clears considerably and the piece is now fully sunny in character, as we are now in the parallel key of D majorand the bright happy melody is taken up, this time by the oboes and Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No.

20 In D Minor winds. The solo piano repeats the theme before a full orchestral passage develops the passage, thereby rounding up the concerto with a jubilant finish. The second movement minus the more tumultuous C part of the rondo plays in the final scene and during the end credits of the movie Amadeus. The first Get Out Of My Face - Snakerun - Demo was played in the ballet Emotional Decay - Beseech - Sunless Days in Series 1 Episode 8 of the television series Mr.

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