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Friday, March 20, 2015

K 365 Piano Concerto No 10 in Eb for Two Pianos

It is not known when Mozart completed this concerto for two pianos in E-flat major, K. 365/316a, but research by Alan Tyson shows that cadenzas for the first and third movements are written in his and his father's handwriting on a type of paper used between August 1775 and January 1777. It is presumed that Mozart wrote it to play with his sister Maria Anna (“Nannerl”). Years later he performed it in a private concert with pupil Josepha Barbara von Auernhammer. The concerto was originally scored for the two pianos together with two oboes, two bassoons; two horns; and strings. Mozart later expanded the score with pairs of clarinets, trumpets and timpani in E flat and B flat. The piece is in three movements: WIKIPEDIA



VIDEO: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto for two Pianos, K. 365 No. 10 Vladimir Ashkenazy & Daniel Barenboim, pianos

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