Concerto for 2 (or 3) pianos and orchestra  7 F-dur `Lodron-Konzert` (1776/1779), KV242 (Mozart)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)


Concerto for 2 (or 3) pianos and orchestra 7 F-dur `Lodron-Konzert` (1776/1779), KV242

    Sheet Music
1776 * For Countess Antonia Lodron and her two daughters
1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Rondeau. Tempo di Menuetto

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Recorded: April 1972, London. Cadenzas: Mozart.
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Justus Frantz, Christoph Eschenbach, Herbert von Karajan, pianists. BPO. Live - Royal Festival Hall, London - 1 June 1969.
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Recording Date: July 1968.
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Jeno Jando - piano. Denes Varjon - second piano. Concentus Hungaricus, conductor Matyas Antal. Label: Naxos. Rec. 7 & 10 January 1991, Budapest.
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2016, Utrecht (live)
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2015
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1972, Budapest.
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Semyon Bychkov - piano III & conductor. Recorded: February 1989.
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Live from the stage of Carnegie Hall, October 29, 1939.
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The Little Orchestra Society. Thomas K. Scherman - conductor.
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Yaltah Menuhin - piano. Recorded: May 6, 1966, London.
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Recorded: February 7, 1986, Moscow.
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Leningrad Soloists.
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Recorded: June 1989, London.
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Mario ASCHAUER - piano. Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense. Tadeusz KAROLAK - conductor. 2005, Warsaw.
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