Mar 31, 2010
Arranged By: Leonard Handler, BMI(100.00%)
Pleasantville Music Publishing, BMI(50.00%)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart continues to be one of the most popular composers of all time, and this concerto for piano and orchestra illustrates why the composer has remained such an enduring figure. The harmonic structure of the piece is very simple and straightforward lending the composition a friendly air. The piano is the centerpiece throughout, but not once does it seem like it is showing off. The understated power of Mozart's music makes his work a rewarding listen, so be sure to check out Mozart's Concerto For Piano And Orchestra 8.