Felix Mendelssohn
Piano Concerto 1
in G Minor, Op. 25

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Piano Concerto 1
Op. 25

Key: G Minor
Year: 1831
Level: 8+
Period: Early Romantic
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How long will it take to learn this piece? by pianogang1885
My local youth orchestra has a piano Concerto competition every year and the winner gets to play one movement of the Concerto with them. The competition is in June next year. I've had a sightread of the...

Help Pls. Name of this piece? by victorkcliu
I am wondering what's the name of the rather wonderful piece played by Howard Shelley at 02:35? Any idea? Your help would be most appreciated! Link:...

Name of this piece? by victorkcliu
Hi, I am wondering what's the name of the rather wonderful piece played by Howard Shelley at 02:35? Any idea? Your help would be most appreciated! Link:...

Any advice picking a piano concerto to learn? by getsiegs
Hey everyone, it's been awhile since I posted here but I'd love anyone's input on my little concerto dilemma. My teacher wants me to start learning a concerto for next semester and we've...

Beethoven 1., Mendelssohn 1., Rhapsody in Blue, Mozart KV449 Concertos Compared by thenerdicpianist06
Hey guys, a few days ago my teacher recommended me these four piano concerti, and I can’t really decide, which one I should choose. What would be your recommendations, which one is technically/musically...

Will I understand Mendelssohn 2 without having heard Mendelssohn 1? by bigboibrahms
I recently got two free tickets from a friend at work to see Mendelssohn piano concerto no. 2! Alas, I have not had a chance to hear the first concerto and am worried I will be lost at the concert. Will I be...

How to pedal mendelssohn concerto 1 3rd movement by maestroanth
This is kinda driving me nuts but whenever I feel I add any pedal (which I know the performer does in my recording), it feels like my sixteenths lose some for their evenness.  I've been mainly just...

What piano concerto to learn? by chenbd
Hey, I need to study a piano concerto, I don't know which to choose! (it must not be Barouqe.) I'm not in the level for Rachmaninov's yet.. nor tchaikowski etc.. for comparison, my rep. now...

Mendelssohn's first piano concerto or the second? by inespere
Which do you prefer, which one do you think is more technically different (for what reasons) and which do you think is more difficult...

Mendelssohn - Piano concerto nº 1 by takeo
Hello! The orchestra where I play has offered me the possiblity of playing a piano concerto (only one movement, not the whole concerto). It's the first time I play with an orchestra as a...

Recording of the Mendelssohn G minor Concerto by happyface94
A while ago, someone asked to have a recording of those concerto and I said I had them. But I only gave away the 1rst mouvement because it was the only that I found, but digging deeper in my computer, I found...

Mendelssohn Concerto No. 1 in G Minor by kelly_kelly
Does anyone have a good free recording/sheet music of this...

Mendelssohn 1st Concerto (Read Scale First!!!!!) by Fred Smalls
    Well guys, I want to learn a new concerto (a.k.a. I ditched my old one) and I stumbled upon the Mendelssohn 1.  I really like it and I tryed it out, sight-reading wise, and it didn't...

Mendelssohn Piano Concerto in g minor by Chopinguy
Hi everyone! Has anyone here learned this concerto?  What advice would you give on learning it?  Thanks a bunch!  ;)

Mendelssohn Concerto No. 1 by Hannah_Patterson
If you had to break up the first two movements of Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 (g minor) and perform them both completely separate, where would you divide them?  I may have to do that this...

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Piano sheet music and recordings. This piece is from Concertos by Felix Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto 1 Op. 25 in G Minor (published in 1831) . Level 8+, Period: Early Romantic
Piano Concerto 1 Op. 25 in G Minor, by the early romantic composer Felix Mendelssohn. This piano piece was initially published in the year 1831 and is included in Concertos by Mendelssohn.