Programme Sample

Concert programme samples:

1. Mozart, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff

(Mozart’s sonata in A minor, Beethoven’s op.109 and a selection of works by Rachmaninoff including Etude Tableau Op.39 n. 9 – video)

2. Liszt / Prokofiev

(Includes Prokofiev’s Sonata n. 3, Liszt’s Dante Sonata)

3. Barber / Rudi / Grieg

(Selection of Grieg pieces, works by Kosovan composer Rafet Rudi and Barber’s Piano Sonata)

4. Liszt / Chopin / Bartok

(Includes Liszt’s Spanish Rhapsody, selections of Polonaises, Waltzes and Nocturnes by Chopin, Bartok’s Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs)


L.V. Beethoven
C major, Op.15, no. 1
C minor, Op.37, n. 3

J. Brahms
D minor Op.15, n.1

Concerto for Piano and strings

E. Grieg
A minor, Op.16

W. A. Mozart
No.20 KV466, No.23 KV488, No.24 KV491, No.26 KV537

S. Rachmaninoff
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Op.43

Camille Saint-Saëns
G minor, Op. 22, n. 2

D. Shostakovich
F major, Op.102, n. 2

P. Tchaikovsky
B-flat minor, Op.23

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