The Romantic Piano Concerto Thread

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Likely KV 503 as in this Pleyel edition with a fairly grandiose title. (KV number gleaned from Worldcat entry).

Concerto (grand) (posthume) pour le piano forte avec accompagnement d'orchestre ad libitum arrangé pour le piano à 6 octaves avec un point d'orgue et exécuté à Paris au Concert de l'Ecole R.le de musique par F. Kalkbrenner.

Also issued by Probst in Leipzig.
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besmart wrote: Mon Apr 29, 2019 1:08 am Was the score of the Somervell Concerto ever located?

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Yes - unpublished, it is in the RCM manuscripts collection, no. 4780 as the Highland Concerto ( https://www.rcm.ac.uk/media/RCM%20Libra ... 20List.pdf )

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Many thanks Jim and JS for your assistance. The cover image was from taken
from Abe, where an expensive early edition of Kalkbrenner's work is currently
for sale.

Btw, K503 is one of my least favourite mature Mozart pcs, perhaps because
of its slightly Beethoven-like character!
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Mozart - 503 - Piano concerto C (arr.and cad.Kalkbrenner).pdf
this one ?
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When searching for some of his works I stumbled over this.
There's a pdf linked which contains the full score of the piano concerto Op.10 by Henrique Oswald (1852 - 1931)

The embedded score doesn't seem to be the original typeset. If you zoom in, you can see graphic artifacts. But ok, it's still well legible if you just want to follow the music while listening to it.

here the extracted score:
Oswald_Henrique_op.10_Piano_Concerto_full_score.pdf
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does anyone know of the piano concerto by Edouard Wolff ?
Given his reputation and compositional skill, I would think that it might be a worthy search.
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musiclife217 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 2:30 am does anyone know of the piano concerto by Edouard Wolff ?
Given his reputation and compositional skill, I would think that it might be a worthy search.
I believe the first movement was published as the Allegro de Concert Op.39
https://imslp.org/wiki/Grand_allegro_de ... %89douard)
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bingo wrote: Wed Mar 17, 2021 2:57 am
musiclife217 wrote: Tue Mar 16, 2021 2:30 am does anyone know of the piano concerto by Edouard Wolff ?
Given his reputation and compositional skill, I would think that it might be a worthy search.
I believe the first movement was published as the Allegro de Concert Op.39
https://imslp.org/wiki/Grand_allegro_de ... %89douard)
Thank you, this is interesting as it does mention "for piano solo." I wonder if the actual concerto exists somewhere. It would also be interesting to find a contemporary review of the work or a performance of some sort.
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