Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58, was composed in 1805–1806. Beethoven was the soloist in the public premiere as part of the concert on 22 December 1808 at Vienna's Theater an der Wien. It is scored for solo piano and an orchestra consisting of a flute, two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, two horns, two trumpets, timpani, and strings.
Complete your Edwin Fischer collection. Piano Concerto N. In G Major (10", Album). Beethoven, Edwin Fischer, Philharmonia Orchestra - Concerto N°4 En Sol Majeur, Op. 58 Pour Piano Et Orchestre (10", Mono). La Voix De Son Maître, La Voix De Son Maître. FBLP 25063, FBLP 2. 63.
No concerto before, by Beethoven or anyone else, began as the G major does, with the solo instrument playing unaccompanied - not only that but playing both dolce and softly! The miracle, however, is that Beethoven introduces the main theme and rhythm of the entire first movement within five sweet, soft, solo measures ending on a D major (dominant) chord, which the orchestra answers in B major before modulating to the tonic G. There is none of Beethoven 's characteristic vehemence, not even at a crescendo to forte with sforzando punctuation in measures. Apropos of the G major Concerto: while a traditional double-exposition follows its trailblazing start, Beethoven 's instrumental textures, tonal weight, subtleties of harmony, and especially the illusion he creates of improvisation were seven-league strides.
Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major; Klavierkonzert Nr. 4; Klavierkonzert G-Dur; Klavierkonzert in G-Dur; Concierto para piano . 4 (Beethoven).
Piano Concerto N. In G Major: I Allegro moderato. 2. In G Major: II Andante con moto. 3. In G Major: III Rondo: Vivace. 4. In E Flat Major 'Emperor': I Allegro. 5. In E Flat Major 'Emperor': II Adagio un poco mosso. 6. In E Flat Major 'Emperor': III Rondo: Allegro. Performer: Vladimir Ashkenazy. I don't hear anything that wasn't done much better by ?Fleisher, Kempff, Edwin Fischer, and Serkin, to name but a few outstanding recordings, but at least Mehta is also galvanized into aciton. The slow movement is too suave, once again, and Ashkenazy turns a trifle ponderous in the finale, abetted by Mehta's so-so rhythmic handling of the accompaniment.
Album · 2009 · 3 Songs. Ravel: Concerto pour piano in G Major - Rachmaninoff: Concerto pour piano No. 4 in G Minor (Stereo Version). Haydn - Piano Concertos Nos 4 and 11. 2005. Rachmaninov: Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 4. 2013. Beethoven: Fidelio, Op. 72. Otto Klemperer. András Schiff, Budapest Festival Orchestra & Ivan Fischer.
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