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Complete Name: Professor: Course: Date of Submission: An Analytical Review of Andras Schiff’s Concert Performing “Piano Concerto No. I in D Minor” by Bach and “ Concerto No. 20 in D Minor” by Mozart The music-filled evening in the Digital Concert Hall comprised Andras Schiff who played and conducted for an ensemble that was bound to bring to life two of the acclaimed masterpieces in the history of music.
According to historical findings, when Bach composed Concerto I in D minor during the 17th-18th-century Baroque period, which is chiefly characterized by heavy ornamentation of music, such composition was originally delivered as a harpsichord concerto. It was claimed to have been treated on the basis of an endeavor with a strayed violin though afterwards, however, Concert I in D minor was eventually modified into an arrangement with organ to suit two other cantatas of Bach in 1728. On the other hand, more than half a decade later, the Piano Concerto 20 was composed by Mozart in 1785, a classic age in which his solo performance of the piece earned wide recognition and was reaching and inspiring even Beethoven. Some contemporaries and even 19th-century musicians who came after Beethoven’s time paid tribute and kept in their repertoire Mozart’s Piano Concerto 20 in D minor which was further popularized through the cadenzas written by fine composers such as C.V. Alkan, J. Brahms, J.N. Hummel, C. Schumann, and F. Busoni. ...
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