Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

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DrLeonard
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Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

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My latest complete work in Overture (with ASO) is a Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. It takes just short of twenty minutes in this computer realization. Listen to it here:

https://www.forecyte.com/music/leonard_ ... mplete.mp3

The movements are:
I. Allegro moderato
II. Adagio (7:55)
III. Allegro molto - Adagio (13:27)

Instrumentation is 2 flutes, oboe, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings, and solo piano. (Movement II omits the flute, bassoon, trumpet, and timpani.)
Dr. R. C. Leonard
https://www.rcleonard.com
Hamilton, Illinois USA
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Re: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

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I'm amazed no-one has commented on this -- weird and wonderful piano writing. Completely eccentric in a very good way in my opinion. I'm glad that Overture is still being used to produce delightful works like this.
Overture 4, Sibelius 7, Kontakt5, Wallander NotePerformer, Vienna Symphony Library SE, EWQL Symphonic choirs, Cubase Elements 8
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Re: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

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Wow, "dko22," I wondered if anyone was going to notice this! Thanks for your kind comments. -- RCL
Dr. R. C. Leonard
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Hamilton, Illinois USA
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