W.A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.20 In D minor K.466 (Two Piano Reduction)

Books | Two Pianos

Publisher: Bärenreiter
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Mozart perfected the form of the modern piano concerto, which from about 1750 begins to show its affinity with sonata form, in his 21 concertos for solo piano and orchestra. The D minor piano concerto K.466 is one of the few concertos which remained in concert repertoire in the years following Mozart’s death. After the resuscitation of the other concertos it remained the most popular of all Mozart’s works in this genre, and there can scarcely be a pianist who has not studied it or played it in a concert.

  • Urtext of the New Mozart Edition
  • Full score, performance material (BA4873), two-piano reduction (BA4873-90) and study score format 22.5 x 16.5cm (TP147) available for sale
  • ISBN: 9790006458240
    Skill Level: Advanced Explain this
    Published on: 07 March 1991
    Language: English, German
    Catalogue No: BA4873A
     
       
         

          Frequently bought together

          Price for both - £23.00

          W.A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.20 In D Minor K.466 - 2 Piano Score (Barenreiter Urtext Edition) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Quality of content
          10.0
          Value for money
          9.5
          Overall rating
          10.0
          Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
          10 out of 10

          Roberto

          São Leopoldo GB Serios, honests, sharp and
          +
          Excelent!
          I recommend!
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 10 December 2013
          Published on: 21 June 2014

          Musicroom Reviews

          Rating
          Review
          5
          This barenreiter edition of one of Mozart's most popular and dramatic of all his piano concertos, is second to none. The music is incredibly clear and easy to read (unlike most editions which are drowned in fingerings, slur-lines etc). Available her with the orchestra araanged into a Piano II reduction means not only an accompanist roll, but a clear way for the soloist to understand the orchestral part. The only drawback is that there are no fingerings in the solo part! - a clever way of getting music students to analyse and devise fingerings that are best for them. This is fantastic value for money, an absolute must for any pianist wishing to learn this concerto. This edition is by far the best of all editions of Mozart's no.20 in print. By this edition!!!
          Anonymous - (Thornbury, United Kingdom)