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Classical Music > Concertos

These are works for one or more solo instruments and orchestra. The most famous of all concertos is Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, actually a set of four concertos each devoted to one season. Most great composers have written concertos, with Vivaldi and Mozart being the most prolific – Vivaldi wrote hundreds of concertos for many different instruments and string orchestra and Mozart wrote 27 piano concertos and five violin concertos. In the 19th century, many instrumental virtuosos wrote concertos as vehicles for their own performances; Paganini wrote six violin concertos, Liszt wrote two piano concertos and Chopin wrote two as well. The most popular piano concerto of all is probably that written by Tchaikovsky, who also wrote one of the most popular violin concertos.

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Title Catalogue No.
MOZART: Romantic Mozart (The) 8.570076
MOZART: Sinfonia Concertante / ELGAR: Violin Sonata (Sammons) (1926-1935) 8.110957
MOZART: Sinfonia concertante, K. 364 / Eine kleine Nachtmusik / Ein musikalischer Spass (Prohaska) (1955) 9.80249
MOZART: Symphony No. 40 / BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto (Furtwangler, Comm. Recordings 1940-50, Vol. 3) 8.110996
MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 3 / BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto in D Major 8.553232
MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 3 / PAGANINI: Violin Concerto No. 1 (Menuhin) (1934-1952) 8.111135
MOZART: Violin Concerto No. 4 / Sinfonia Concertante 8.550332
MOZART: Violin Concertos Nos. 1 and 2 8.550414
MOZART: Violin Concertos Nos. 3 and 5 BIS-CD-282
MOZART: Violin Concertos Nos. 4 and 5 / Rondo 8.571045
MOZART: Works for Horn and Orchestra (Complete) 8.553592
MUFFAT: Concerti Grossi Nos. 1 - 6 8.555096
MUFFAT: Concerti Grossi Nos. 7 - 12 8.555743
MUSIC FOR FLUTE AND GUITAR BIS-CD-60
Music for Saxophone and Orchestra 8.557063
MUSIC FOR TRUMPET AND ORGAN 7104
MUSIC SURROUND SPECTACULAR (THE) - The Tests DE3179
MUSIC TO DIE FOR 8.557411
Music Together 8.557363DX
MUSICAL JOURNEY (A) - ITALY AND SWITZERLAND: Southern Tyrol and Ticino (NTSC) 2.110236
MUSICAL JOURNEY (A) - RAVENNA, VENICE AND FAENZA (NTSC) 2.110237
MusiCare 8.570729
MUSSORGSKY, M.: Pictures at an Exhibition (orchestrations compiled by L. Slatkin) / LISZT, F.: Piano Concerto No. 1 (Peng Peng, L. Slatkin) 8.570716
MUSTONEN, O.: Triple Concerto / Petite Suite / Nonets Nos. 1 and 2 / Frogs Dancing on Water Lilies (Rousi) ODE974-2
MÜTHEL, J.G.: Keyboard Concertos (Swiatkiewicz, Arte dei Suonatori) BIS-2179
My First Beethoven Album 8.578206
My First Classical Music Album 8.578203
My First Mozart Album 8.578204
My First Tchaikovsky Album 8.578214
My First Violin Album 8.578215
MYSTERY OF AUTUMN (THE) 8.557791

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