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Original name book: Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 20 and 21 (Cambridge Music Handbooks)

Pages: 156

Language: English

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 28, 1999)

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This guide to Mozart's two most popular piano concertos--the D minor, K. 466, and the C major, K. 467 (the so-called "Elvira Madigan")--presents the historical background of the works, placing them within the context of Mozart's compositional and performance activities at a time when his reputation as both composer and pianist was at its peak. The special nature of the concerto, as both a form and genre, is explored through a selective survey of some of the approaches that various critics have taken in discussing Mozart's concertos. The concluding chapter discusses a wide range of issues of interest to modern performers.

"Recommended to libraries with holdings devoted to music history and analysis at the upper-division undergraduate level and above." Choice"The entire handbook is exceptionally clear and well written." Notes This guide to Mozart's two most popular piano concertos -- the D minor, K. 466, and the C major, K. 467 -- presents the historical background of the works, placing them within the context of Mozart's compositional and performance activities at a time when his reputation as both composer and pianist was at its peak. The special nature of the concerto, as both a form and genre, is explored through a selective survey of some of the approaches that various critics have taken in discussing Mozart's concertos. The concluding chapter discusses a wide range of issues of interest to modern performers.

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