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Work: Piano Concerto no. 23 in A major, K488

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ComposerMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
Work typeOrchestral
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LondonMozart and Sibelius

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DallasMozart's Jupiter Symphony

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LondonAurora Orchestra with Ingrid Fliter

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SeoulThe Song of the Heavens

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Elegant Mozart and a thrilling Mahler 6 from Milstein and RTÉ NSO

Nathalia Milstein © Frederic Labrouche
A well crafted, elegant Mozart Piano Concerto no. 23 in the first half counters the passions and tragedy of Mahler’s Symphony no. 6 in the second. 
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