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Mozart: Piano Concerto 20 K. 466 in D Minor

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Concertos :
Piano Concerto 20, K. 466
Piano Concerto 20 K. 466  in D Minor by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: D Minor Year: 1785
Level: 8 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (9674 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score Cadenza by Brahms (756 kB)

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xx Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 Cadenza
May 15, 2011, 09:40:41 PM by magic_hands

I'll be writing a cadenza for this gorgeous piece in a few months. And seeing as so many amazing composers took on this task, I'm wondering which one you guys enjoy the most? Most of the cadenzas aren't up on Youtube unfortunately, and if anyone wants the Hummel or Alkan cadenza let me know.




Ivan Klánský, (around 3.00)

Emile Naoumoff

Vestard Shimkus

Alfred Brendel (10.40)

xx Is Mozart K466 D minor piano concerto suitable for a first concerto?
August 02, 2010, 03:59:08 AM by ch0pinpianist

It seems way easier than i thought it would be. Why?

xx Mozart piano concerto no.20
July 20, 2010, 02:31:04 PM by sjeon

what do you think about this concerto?

xx Mozart Concerto no 20 k 466
March 30, 2009, 06:40:28 AM by carazymcmahon

this is my first conerto. My teacher chose it because my technique and dexterity are kinda messy and wee all know the exposed nature of Mozarts music. I now know that I actually need to practice my scales and probably revisit the simplest movements. anyway, I havent played much Mozart so any tips on this performance would be great!

Only first movement, cadenza written by my teacher, James Winn

xx *Sheet Req* A good piano trans of mozart piano concerto 20 k466
June 29, 2006, 07:28:32 PM by pianochild

I know its for orchestra as well, but i wondered if anyone had the piano part or a transcription???

xx Encore after Mozart K466
May 29, 2006, 02:45:17 PM by pianoamit

Hello everyone...

I'm playing Mozart's D minor Piano Concerto K466 in a couple of weeks. I'm quite set in my head on performing an encore after it.

Do you think it is ok for a soloist to give an encore after a concerto performance?

What do you think is a suitable encore after K466?

Seeing as the rest of the programme is the Dvorak Nocturne for Strings and the 8th Symphony (YES! - not the 9th for a change), I was thinking of the Dvorak Furiant from the Poeticke Nalady... It's a bit of a show piece, and would fit, I think.

Thank you for your time...


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