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Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto 1 Op. 25 in G Minor

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Felix Mendelssohn - Concertos :
Piano Concerto 1, Op. 25
Piano Concerto 1 Op. 25  in G Minor by Mendelssohn piano sheet music
Key: G Minor Published: 1831
Level: 8+ Period: Early Romantic
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (7752 kB)


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xx Mendelssohn Concerto No. 1
February 12, 2004, 04:16:50 PM by Hannah Joy

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 semester.


xx Mendelssohn Piano Concerto in g minor
March 09, 2005, 01:32:15 AM by chopinguy

Hi everyone!

Has anyone here learned this concerto?  What advice would you give on learning it?  Thanks a bunch!  Wink

chopinguy


xx Mendelssohn Concerto No. 1 in G Minor
August 11, 2005, 06:07:33 PM by kelly_kelly

Does anyone have a good free recording/sheet music of this piece?


xx Recording of the Mendelssohn G minor Concerto
August 25, 2005, 04:13:33 AM 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 the 2 last mouvements. So if those "requesters" are still interested, I have them.


xx Mendelssohn - Piano concerto nº 1
February 04, 2011, 03:24:41 PM 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 soloist, but it doesn't frighten me.
I have talked with my teacher, but he says I should play one of the earliest mozart piano concertos (nº 1-7).
He says it's really difficult to coordinate with the orchestra, but I have played solos before (Life is beautiful, for example) and I don't find it so difficult.
I wanted to play some more flashy concerto than Mozart (I find him a bit boring), and the "easiest" romantic concerto I have found is Mendelssohn's number 1.
I have listened it following the score and it's difficult, but I think I can play it, maybe not at Serkin's tempo, but I think I can do my own (slower) version.

As a guide, I'm playing currently for a competition:

-Saint-Saens: Allegro appassionato op. 70
-Granados: Allegro de Concierto
-Bach: Prelude and Fugue 3 Vol. I

My teacher wants me to play for an audition next year:

-Liszt's Rigoletto transcription from Verdi's opera.
-Beethoven's sonata op. 22
And I will mantain Granado's Allegro de Concierto.

What do you think?
I'll post my interpretations in two weeks or so, so you can see how I play.

Thank you in advance!


xx Mendelssohn's first piano concerto or the second?
June 12, 2011, 09:39:56 PM 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 musically?


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