Eduard Franck (1817–1893) Concerto for Piano in D minor Op. 13
Urtext edited by James Tocco [pno,orch] Duration: 30'
solo: pno– 18.104.22.168 – 22.214.171.124 – timp – str
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Finally performable again
Eduard Franck’s Piano Concerto in D minor Op. 13 is the first major orchestral work by this Mendelssohn pupil. The pianist, already celebrated at a young age, had early plans for the piano concerto that he completed at the latest in 1846. Contemporary critics emphasized the catchy motives and the balanced relationship of solo instrument to the orchestra. Ignaz Moscheles was impressed by “the noble manner, the poetic ideas, and the orchestration.” Thanks to the kind support of the “Accademia di Santa Cecilia,” in whose library the orchestral parts, once thought to be lost, are preserved, the work can be introduced for the first time in the present edition.