Moritz Moszkowski ‒ Piano Concerto in E major, Op 59

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    Moritz Moszkowski (1854 - 1925), Piano Concerto, Op.59 (1898)

    Performed by Markus Pawlik, piano, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Antoni Wit cond.

    00:00 - No. 1 Moderato
    13:00 - No. 2 Andante
    21:52 - No. 3 Scherzo
    29:09 - No. 4 Allegro deciso

    Moritz Moszkowski's Piano Concerto in E major, Opus 59 is one of the extraordinary examples of romantic works in this genre. According to the critic Edward Lippman, "this is the work of a man who not only was familiar with innumerable concerti written over a period of more than a century, but also was in command of every trick of the trade".

    Moszkowski completed the concerto in 1898, dedicating it "à Monsieur Josef Casimir Hofmann", a player who was to become one of the greatest piano virtuosi of all time. The concerto is scored for the usual woodwind, brass, and strings, but in addition, it makes occasional use of a triangle and a harp. Somewhat unusual for a piano concerto is the key of E major, and the fact that there are four movements instead of three. At the beginning of this century, the Moszkowski concerto was very popular, appearing frequently in the orchestral programmes of all the major orchestras of the world, and championed by most of the major piano virtuosos of the time. When another famous piano virtuoso, Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler, toured the United States during the 1906-7 season performing the concerto, Hobbard William Harris provided the following musical analysis of the work (which became the standard analysis for this work, reprinted in concert programmes for the next several decades):

    "The first movement is a brilliant composition, opening with what may he taken as its principal theme, inasmuch as it furnishes most of the material for the development, and also reappears in the last movement as a climax to the whole work. The announcement of this resolute subject (by the flutes and oboes accompanied lightly by other woodwind, and deeper strings) is followed by a short solo cadenza, after which the unfolding of the musical picture begins. As this proceeds several subsidiary melodies come to notice, prominent among them being one which (while hinted at before) does not assume its formal shape until given out, grazioso, by the pianoforte alone following a short upward chromatic scale passage. This graceful subject aslo figure, conspicuously in the development, which after passing through a succession of interesting stages, culminates finally in a rousing climax.

    The second movement is an eloquent, nocturne-like effusion, of which the principal thematic element is the expressive subject given out softly at the commencement by the clarinet, and bassoons, staccato, and the strings, pizzicato - this being taken up shortly and carried on by the solo instrument. An agreeably contrasting intermediary section follows, after which the expressive first theme returns - now in the harp and strings against flowing figurations in the solo instrument. Lastly a short free conclusion passage leads us into the third movement. The Vivace is a lively, sparkling composition in Moszkowski's characteristically brilliant manner, and commences with the statement of a nimble running theme by the solo instrument. After this vivacious subject and its derivatives have been worked over briefly another buoyant theme comes to notice in the flutes and clarinets, over a strumming guitar-like accompaniment in the pianoforte. The development from here runs mainly on this theme, leading finally to a short cantabile passage for the solo instrument (unaccompanied), following which the movement proceeds quickly to a dashing conclusion.

    The fourth and last movement opens with a short flourishing introductory passage which leads to the statement of a resolute theme by the solo instrument. After this has been developed at considerable length the pianoforte introduces a contrasting theme of flowing character, to which the clarinet attaches itself shortly. Presently the development of the resolute opening theme is resumed, leading to the entrance of still another subject, given out softy but decidedly by the clarinet and the violas, and worked up forthwith in alternation and combination with the resolute opening theme. The flowing second theme returns, the movement mounting thence to a climax, at the pinnacle of which the resolute opening theme of the first movement reappears in enlarged rhythm."

넥다
넥다

I love it 31:01

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Sabrina Mengoni
Sabrina Mengoni

Meraviglioso

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EMPIRE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS
EMPIRE ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS

Moszkowski...you nailed it big time with this Masterpiece!

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Don Smith
Don Smith

What a wonderful piece of music.

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Angelo B.
Angelo B.

Fabulous concerto. I've heard plenty, but few are as generous as this right from the start. Moszkowski really doesn't disappoint.

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edcvbnji
edcvbnji

6:31 when you realize that viola can't play lower than C3

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petermerelis
petermerelis

very interesting!

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John K
John K

Pieces like this make me wonder how much moving music there is out there that I’ve never listened to because it’s by lesser-known artists.

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Albus Xiao
Albus Xiao

This piece sounds like if you put Brahms and Rachmaninoff together, for some reason.

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Richard Pogoson
Richard Pogoson

2:17 - That was so refreshing!

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Paolo Rico Lacaba
Paolo Rico Lacaba

Waaaait, the last movement sounds familiar.

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Enoch Onguru
Enoch Onguru

This is so profound and perfectly balanced

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Benjamin Vanderwey
Benjamin Vanderwey

This shit is underrated af

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Valentín Cáceres
Valentín Cáceres

Do you have a sheet on pdf? Pls

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zrywrld!
zrywrld!

20:15 is basically heaven

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JOANNA Wrońska
JOANNA Wrońska

SO WONDERFUL, MAGNIFICENT!!!!! Thank you for this great masterpiece by one of my favourite composers and for an excellent brilliant delightful performance, my best regards from Poland!

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John K
John K

13:45

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John K
John K

https://youtu.be/fuDpIYIcrgw?t=33

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reco
reco

日本語通じないとは思うけど… 演奏と楽譜にズレがあります。楽譜が1小節分遅いです。個人的に楽譜の方が少し早いくらいがいいので、聞いててかなりストレスが。直してもらえるとかなり嬉しいです。

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reco
reco

@はる 返信ありがとうございます。私が聞いた3週間前は確かに1小節分ズレていたんです。今、聴いていますが、ズレが修正されています。投稿者の方が直してくれたのだと思います。

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はる
はる

ズレてないと思いますが? もしズレて聞こえるならお使いの端末に不具合があるのかと思います

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Marc Alexandre Fontenay
Marc Alexandre Fontenay

Ce concerto de piano de Moszkovsky injustement oublié, se situe entre le fameux concerto de Grieg et le 2 de Rachmaninoff . Une merveille. Je le connaissais grâce à l’enregistrement de Michael Ponti .

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1o 2Oc
1o 2Oc

6:00 and 7:55 16:43

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Юрий Бакиев
Юрий Бакиев

💖💖💖🎼🎶🎵💖💖💖 С🌸П🌸А🌸С🌸И🌸Б🌸О 👈....⛥⛥⛥☝😍

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Ron Hernandez
Ron Hernandez

its a piano transcription right?

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Christian Stevens
Christian Stevens

Wow wow wow! What a fantastic performance. I knew nothing of Moszkowski before discovering this video, but I’m a fan now. The orchestration is beautiful

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Index Kim
Index Kim

시작 0:06

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alexis constensoux
alexis constensoux

This is one the the greatest masterpiece of all time (and my favourite from far !) ! Perfectly balanced between the piano and the orchestra, between virtuosity and simplicity, beautiful melodies, every instrument finds its place, the music is very complex but remains easy to listen and to understand... it's perfect

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J. S. Ominsky
J. S. Ominsky

Amazing, thank you, we are lucky to have music like this in our world.

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Lukas E.
Lukas E.

So much texture, so much variety, such beautiful chord progressions, such a great cinematic vibe. I’d love to hear this live

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Lukas E.
Lukas E.

Thank you YouTube algorithm. I don’t know anyone who provides me with that amount of beautiful new classical music everyday :D

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funny person
funny person

Every movement of this piece is beautiful in its own way. It's probably one of my favorites.

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ernesthoven
ernesthoven

Great concert

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SW 12 Lim
SW 12 Lim

So epic, so dramatic, so erratic, so melodic, what a stimuli, like a hollywood movie OST. 달콤 하고 귀에 착착 감기는 듯한, very romantic great great virtuosoeic

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shaerens
shaerens

How is this not played more often?

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Brusur Mombabske
Brusur Mombabske

When classic reached it climax ;) it's like a hear the souls of many composers here

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PieInTheSky
PieInTheSky

Greatest major key piano concerto of all time. (Brahms 2nd comes close)

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Puppy Tab
Puppy Tab

First heard this on BBC Radio 3 and had to stop work to take it in. MASTERPIECE.

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octaviocgsa
octaviocgsa

In years of listening to obscure concertos on the internet, I find this one the most underrated of them all. An absolute masterpiece that deserves a full blown revival.

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Itzbrioche
Itzbrioche

On 0:52 How Come 45 Quaver Notes Fit In 1 Bar?

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Permanent Tourist
Permanent Tourist

It's a cadenza.

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Florian 948499284929
Florian 948499284929

Je crois que je m'en lasserai jamais

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Игорь Дымченко
Игорь Дымченко

Real Music.

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Patrick McCormick
Patrick McCormick

This is gorgeous. I have never heard this piece before. Why isn't this more well known? This is like a hidden gem. Unbelievable.

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Index Kim
Index Kim

11:00~12:04 미쳤네

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상감마마미워요
상감마마미워요

나는 희빈 장씨니라 꺄아하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하하

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Willi Hansen
Willi Hansen

From a concert written in 1898 I expect the orchestra to provide more than just spelling out the chords and adding a bit of background colour here and there.

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Cate Winsor
Cate Winsor

16:52 to the end of the second movement is one of the best excerpts of music I've heard in a really long time, wow.

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jb1980ist
jb1980ist

So many piano concertos by minor composers fail because they have lacking tunes. Definitely not a problem here. Very underrated concerto.

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SpaghettiToaster
SpaghettiToaster

If Tchaikovsky had been a pianist.

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Fergus Zade
Fergus Zade

This work is criminally underrated and deserves to be in the forefront of standard repertoire. A joyous fusion of Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Saint- Saens, Schumann, Greig and Rachmaninov . In no way though is it derivative or lacking individuality, The glorious opening sweeping melody, for example, is pure Moszkowski. Deserves to be the soundtrack for the next period romantic blockbuster to bring it to popular recognition. Many thanks to Medtnaculus for leading me to this. Subscribe and like on its way.

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violamateo
violamateo

Less Tchaikovsky, more Moszkowski!! That's my battle cry!

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Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas
Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas

6:02 is one of the most heart wrenching climaxes I have ever heard

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mooster
mooster

1:25 omg that theme is so beaufiful :,0

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TC Biggs
TC Biggs

I had no idea!! Amazing.

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Benjamin Ha
Benjamin Ha

36:57

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Nadine Zeyna
Nadine Zeyna

20:15 kills me every time

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Piano Kid
Piano Kid

Wow

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poemu tang
poemu tang

20:05 grieg?

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허여심
허여심

3:33

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Donald DS
Donald DS

Sorry, I am literally in tears at this moment reading how much this creation means to the listeners who have commented. And they've probably not heard Moritz's Op.3 Concerto. They will then be amazed and be in tears themselves.

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Duque Adriano
Duque Adriano

thank you for the indication!

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roger
roger

roger like this very much

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unknowncoconutleaf
unknowncoconutleaf

i roger that, roger.

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artur żmijewski
artur żmijewski

An advertisement in the middle of piano Concerto ? ... What a lack of good taste ...

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Tommi Muller
Tommi Muller

Very beautiful melody 3:49

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Happy Andres 해피 앤디
Happy Andres 해피 앤디

This is arguably one of my favorite piano concertos. Why didn't the world see Moskowski?

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fona jack
fona jack

❤❤❤❤👑👑🎶👏🏻🎶❤❤

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John Walzer
John Walzer

Sorry, I don't get all the adoration lavished on this concerto on this site. It's a nice concerto. At times, a charming concerto. But "one of the greatest ever written?" "A greater composer than Chopin?" "I levitate off the ground and see God every time I hear it?" (OK, I made the last one up, but you get the idea.). The Scherzo is a lot of empty figuration and the outer movements are too long, but as I said, it's alright. I'm glad I heard it but don't really care if I ever hear it again. I do honestly think that someone could post the Oscar Meyer Weiner Song on youtube and some people would swoon over its greatness and say it was criminally underplayed. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

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Ham Burglar
Ham Burglar

This piano concerto is easily better then Chopin's E minor concerto in my personal opinion.

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jaedonger
jaedonger

I think this concerto is ear candy, which is why people love it on youtube and I agree. Also people's expectations are lower than when you get Brahms or Chopin.

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HY Seo
HY Seo

Too difficult to practice too beautiful to stop practicing

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Leandre Aljoen Barcenilla
Leandre Aljoen Barcenilla

Are there any professionally recorded video of this concerto? Since I won't be able to see this performed live then I would love to see it even if it's just a video recording.

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Lucyna Borowska
Lucyna Borowska

Kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham kocham

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Maïlys Michiels
Maïlys Michiels

Who is here after Annique's video?

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Camay Cama
Camay Cama

Me! I wish her the best for her examination!

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Claude-Achille Debussy
Claude-Achille Debussy

Beautiful ''The Masterpiece''

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Shostacovid-19
Shostacovid-19

The 4th movement is amazing man! Just listen to 30:45! Damn, it sounds good! And 37:34 onwards sounds awesome man! So grand and majestic! Such an underappreciated composer!

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Yair Ben-Ari
Yair Ben-Ari

Who else here loves the 2nd movement the most?

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Camay Cama
Camay Cama

It is my favorite, despite the fact that it is ear candy at a glance.

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Eric
Eric

We should have a poll vote but yes movement 2 is magical

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AllahGator
AllahGator

20:15

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Nicholas Fox
Nicholas Fox

The rare obscure work that does not deserve its obscurity. What music!

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심준영
심준영

이런 레전드곡을 이제서야 발견하다니....

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Joseph Igot
Joseph Igot

20:16 😭😭😭

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Tom Buggles
Tom Buggles

18:49, my favorite part!

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Diogo
Diogo

One of the most gorgeous piano concertos ever. This composer was an enlightened one and should be more praised.

Vor 6 Monate
barka64
barka64

I'm ashamed that I never heard of Moritz Moszkowski till one hour ago. Great music.

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최진우
최진우

20:03

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Adhanda
Adhanda

How come we've never heard of him?

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Henry Denner
Henry Denner

So my favourite passtime on a Saturday after a long hard week of work is to get in the shower and put on this marvelous piano concerto. There is nothing better than becoming completelely cleansed of the week's stuff by the combination of the water and that incredibly beautiful dreamy section in 1st movement near the end at 11:00 to 12:23 (😭) and then to start becoming exhilerated from that point onwards until completely headbanning from 12:37 to the 1/4 note beat as done by the strings, until the end of the 1st movement. (By then I start considering soaping my body, as upto that point I was just standing in the wonderful shower water and reveling in the amazing music). Heavenly I am still furious with myself for only getting to hear this work when I was nearly 41 years old, just ovet 2 years ago. 😠

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T. Alexander E.
T. Alexander E.

Idk, it sounds like Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Chopin and Liszt mixed together with a hint of early romantic German composers

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최진우
최진우

37:33

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Doug Bower
Doug Bower

Another visit, same results: Awesome!

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Edwin Kannenberg
Edwin Kannenberg

Every day...... it's my ;)

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YoVoW
YoVoW

i can't stop listening to 8:22 and onwards

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afsg2410
afsg2410

It seldom happens that a piano-concert gives me continous goosebumps. It is the case here... This piece is almost a work-out for the piano-player, but Pawlik manages to appear almost effortless and sometimes playful. Unbelievable, a masterful cooperation between pianist and orchestra.

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ssaami
ssaami

shivers. that's all i need to say

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מתן סגל שטנברג
מתן סגל שטנברג

this concerto is unbelievable good, but the second part its perfection itself

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Mario Pineda
Mario Pineda

AMAZING!

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Sebastian
Sebastian

1st movement: 0:06 -0:24 -1:25 -2:03 -2:32 -3:18 -4:14 -4:39 -5:39 -6:01 -6:31 -7:02 -7:40 -7:55 -8:16 -8:41 -9:22 -10:08 -10:26 -11:01 -12:01 -12:22 -12:37 2nd movement: 13:01 -14:18 -15:24 -15:47 -16:53 -17:14 -18:18 -18:50 -19:31 -20:16 -21:06 3rd movement: 21:52 -22:00 -22:07 -22:21 -22:28 -22:53 -23:07 -23:10 -23:44 -24:19 -24:57 -25:32 -26:04 -26:27 -26:53 -27:39 -28:11 -28:47 4th movement: 29:10 -29:31 -30:20 -31:05 -32:42 -33:06 -34:07 -34:39 -35:09 -35:57 -36:23 -36:54 -37:33 -38:03 -38:11 The End :)

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Josiah Castillo
Josiah Castillo

Dude, these ads are killing me.

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In my humble opinion, 12-TET is lame.
In my humble opinion, 12-TET is lame.

@ssaami I don't know how hard it would be to purchase a Moskowski's recording, but I'm sure if you are ready to take your wallet out, there would be an alternative.

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ssaami
ssaami

it is truly criminal

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PieInTheSky
PieInTheSky

If on mobile, skip to the end and let the video play out, then restart from the beginning and the ads will be gone.

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Nikodem Ziółkowski
Nikodem Ziółkowski

I think it is the most beautiful piano concerto I've ever heard...💖

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Austin Gentry
Austin Gentry

This has got to be the most recommended video in history... And I see why

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Jorge Fraile
Jorge Fraile

One of the most beautiful concertos I've heard in my whole life!

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Javier Martínez
Javier Martínez

Time Stamps. First Movement: 0:05 Most Romantic Bit: 6:04 - 6:15 Romantic Bits: 0:05 - 0:23 10:05 - 10:45 1:58 - 2:05 Second Movement: 13:00 Most Romantic Bit: 20:16 - 20:36 The Whole Movement is very romantic so, you should hear it full. Third Movement: 21:52 In my opinion, the Scherzo is a Scherzo a jolly movement as a Rondo so isn't very romantic in my opinion, but If you think I'm wrong I would like to hear your opinions then. Fourth Movement: 29:09 As the Scherzo, but then as I said, I would like to hear your opinions so please comment below what you think.

Vor 7 Monate
Niță Marius-Aram
Niță Marius-Aram

Too beautiful here, I cannot resist that melody... 3:49

Vor 7 Monate
Stephen Jablonsky
Stephen Jablonsky

Moszkowski was a talented fellow and this is a really nice concerto to enjoy every five years. In the meanwhile you marvel at what Grieg or Scriabin created before you return to the 17 masterpieces of Mozart and the five by Beethoven. There is a discernible difference between wonderful and perfect, and this is a wonderful concerto, just not perfect because it never rises to the pinnacle of creativity where reside the few rare geniuses who knew how to make magic.

Vor 7 Monate
valarking
valarking

Very mediocre concerto. It's painfully obvious why this never entered the standard repertoire. Vapid parlor music trash written in large form.

Vor 7 Monate
valarking
valarking

@Pr Ammar Thalberg is trash. He has been rightfully relegated to the trashcan of history just like Justin Bieber or Post Malone will be today.

Vor 5 Monate
Pr Ammar
Pr Ammar

@valarking Thalberg isn't trash, and this concerto is one of my favorites... You can keep your peasant opinion for yourself and the universe gave you total control on your actions and decisions so you can stop coming to this video.

Vor 5 Monate
valarking
valarking

@Mystified 2 WAP

Vor 6 Monate
Mystified 2
Mystified 2

Which pieces do you recommend I listen to then?

Vor 6 Monate
valarking
valarking

@Guido Anselmi What elevates this above forgotten parlor trash like Thalberg? This is nothing but a giant etude for piano with orchestra accompaniment and a boring etude at that.

Vor 7 Monate
Davide Danielis
Davide Danielis

Really incredible. What a great composer's capacity and those interpreters? wonderful

Vor 7 Monate
Daniel Uman
Daniel Uman

List for myself: 7:00 8:14 11:00 23:12 29:10 36:45

Vor 7 Monate

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