About this work...
The leap in artistic growth between Mozart's piano concertos of 1782 (K. 413-415) and the series composed in 1784 (K. 449-451, 453, 456, 459) is one of the greatest in the composer's brief career. The Piano Concerto No. 14 in E flat major, K. 449, is generally regarded as Mozart's first mature work in the genre. By 17... read more
Curated by Femke Steketee, Saxophonist