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Posted By: MiguelSousa One movement only piano concerto work - 06/08/16 08:40 PM
Hello!

Do you have any suggestions of a piano concerto type piece with just one movement?

The ideas I have so far are:
Schumann: Konzertstück op. 92 - Introduzione ed Allegro appassionato
Felix Mendelssohn - Capriccio brillant, Op. 22

Thank you!
Posted By: BruceD Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/08/16 08:44 PM
Addinsell: Warsaw Concerto
Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue
Chopin: Krakowiak, Op. 14
- Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise, Op. 22
- Variations on "La ci darem la mano", Op. 2
- Fantasy on Polish Airs, Op. 13

Regards,
Posted By: bennevis Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/08/16 09:11 PM
Mozart: Concert Rondos K382 and K386

Mendelssohn: Op.22 & Op.29

Schumann: Op.92 & Op.134

Weber: Konzertstück in F minor

Chopin: Op.2, Op.13, Op.14, Op.22

Saint-Saëns: Africa

Raff: Konzertstück, Op.76 "Ode to Spring"

Balakirev: Piano Concerto No.1

Albéniz: Rapsodia española

Fauré: Ballade; Fantaisie

Debussy: Fantaisie

Ravel: LH Piano Concerto

Rach/Pag wink

Lutoslawski: Paganini Variations

Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No.1

Bartók: Rhapsody Op.1; Scherzo Burlesque, Op.2

Gershwin: Second Rhapsody; 'I got rhythm' Variations

Schnittke: Concerto for piano & strings

Sculthorpe: Piano Concerto
Posted By: DameMyra Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/08/16 09:15 PM
Franck: Symphonic Variations
Rimsky-Korsakov

(Very underrated concerto!)
Posted By: beet31425 Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/08/16 10:25 PM
Olivier Messiaen: Réveil des Oiseaux

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgNeH9_8l0w

In this recording, the orchestra birds don't enter until 2:25. The whole thing builds to the glorious moment when the sun rises, 2/3 of the way through.

-J

Posted By: wr Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/08/16 11:19 PM
Strauss - Burleske
Dohnanyi - Variations on a Nursery Tune
Medtner - Concerto no. 3 "Ballade"
Martin - Ballade
Malawski - Toccata and Fugue in the Form of Variations
Posted By: Cheeto717 Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/09/16 12:09 AM
Manuel Ponce Concierto Romantico
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjvOcL7KF1E&list=PL3FC9827B1479010F
https://youtu.be/R0vHj0knv2s

One of my all time favourites. Display pianism at its best. Full of octaves, sixths and awkward jumps with a lovely melody to hold it all together.

I have a feeling the Schulz-Evler Rhapsody will be pretty
stunning. Released next month on Hyperion.

Concertingly,

Thal
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Originally Posted by dolce sfogato
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Posted By: bennevis Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/13/16 10:24 PM
Here's a curiosity grin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhSAcvv73E8

Much better than the Warsaw Concerto.......

This is a better-played version by a well-known pianist:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcnv3hAmgfM
Originally Posted by DameMyra
Franck: Symphonic Variations

Nice, I love this. It's probably one of my favorites for piano and orchestra (time to go listen)
Posted By: BDB Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/14/16 12:30 AM
Paderewski Fantasie Polonaise.
Also, another vote for Saint-Saens Africa Op. 89.

Schubert-Liszt Wanderer Fantasie? laugh
Originally Posted by thalbergmad
https://youtu.be/R0vHj0knv2s

One of my all time favourites. Display pianism at its best. Full of octaves, sixths and awkward jumps with a lovely melody to hold it all together.

I have a feeling the Schulz-Evler Rhapsody will be pretty
stunning. Released next month on Hyperion.

Concertingly,

Thal


I can always count on you to introduce nonstandard repertoire to me. I enjoy learning about composers and pieces that are new to me. Thank you very much for your input.
Posted By: Fugue14 Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/14/16 05:45 PM
Jörg Widmann "Trauermarsch" for Piano and Orchestra. I'm hearing Bronfman play it with the San Francisco Symphony On June 25th.
Originally Posted by Orange Soda King
Originally Posted by thalbergmad
https://youtu.be/R0vHj0knv2s

One of my all time favourites. Display pianism at its best. Full of octaves, sixths and awkward jumps with a lovely melody to hold it all together.

I have a feeling the Schulz-Evler Rhapsody will be pretty
stunning. Released next month on Hyperion.


I can always count on you to introduce nonstandard repertoire to me. I enjoy learning about composers and pieces that are new to me. Thank you very much for your input.

Talk about encyclopedic knowledge! wow I have purchased several CDs on his recommendation.

And as I type this, my local classical station just started the... yep... Tchaikovsky. (With Lang Lang no less to add insult to injury... just kidding...)
Posted By: wr Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/14/16 09:59 PM
Originally Posted by Pathbreaker
Originally Posted by DameMyra
Franck: Symphonic Variations

Nice, I love this. It's probably one of my favorites for piano and orchestra (time to go listen)


It seems not played as much as it once was, but still turns up.

Here's another one movement piece by Franck that I've never seen programmed at all, but it's got some interest, I think.



There's a lovely, if very introverted and meditative, Ballade for piano and orchestra by Koechlin.



Another attractive Ballade, this by Tailleferre.





The Faure Ballade also exists in a piano and orchestra version.

Posted By: mrenaud Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/14/16 10:05 PM
Some more:

Takemitsu - riverrun
Xenakis - Synaphai, Erikhton, Keqrops
Jarrell - Abschied
Berio - points on the curve to find...
Originally Posted by mrenaud
Some more:

Takemitsu - riverrun
Xenakis - Synaphai, Erikhton, Keqrops
Jarrell - Abschied
Berio - points on the curve to find...

Many thanks for the Jarrell- had not heard of the composer before- and thanks to YouTube for letting me hear it!

Less convinced about the Takemitsu.
Posted By: mrenaud Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/15/16 08:38 PM
Originally Posted by argerichfan
Many thanks for the Jarrell- had not heard of the composer before- and thanks to YouTube for letting me hear it!

Less convinced about the Takemitsu.


Very glad that you liked the Jarrell; if you're so inclined, do also check out his equally good Sillages for flute, oboe, clarinet and orchestra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd_2PCgsllA

About Takemitsu, I agree it's probably not his greatest work, but I still like it.
Posted By: Brahms88 Re: One movement only piano concerto work - 06/19/16 02:03 AM
Originally Posted by MiguelSousa
Do you have any suggestions of a piano concerto type piece with just one movement?

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