Composed in 1868. One year later Franz Liszt received this beautiful composition to play through, and suggested some changes which Grieg initially wrote in, and then partly removed because people found it too warlike. Nowdays it’s one of the most well loved piano concertos. The last part is the most interesting. Harsh accordian and characteristic Norwegian rhythms.
|0 Full Score A3 - 1 Full Score - 1 Piano - 1 Piccolo - 8 Flute I + II - 2 Oboe I + II - 2 Bassoon I + II - 1 Clarinet Eb - 4 Clarinet Solo - 4 Clarinet I - 8 Clarinet II + III - 1 Bass Clarinet - 4 Alto Saxophone I + II - 2 Tenor Saxophone I + II - 1 Baritone Saxophone - 2 Flugelhorn I and II - 4 Cornet I + II - 2 Trumpet I - 2 Trumpet II - 2 Horn I + II F - 2 Horn III + IV F - 4 Trombone I + II C - 2 Trombone III C - 2 Trombone Bass C - 4 Baritone Bb (TC) - 2 Euphonium C - 4 Tuba C - 1 Stringbass - 1 Timpani|
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