When did Mozart write concerto 21?

Piano Concerto No. 21/Composed

The Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467, was completed on 9 March 1785 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, four weeks after the completion of the previous D minor concerto, K.

What is Mozart’s piano Concerto No 21 also known as Elvira Madigan?

21 in C Major, K 467, three-movement concerto for piano and orchestra by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the best known of his many piano concerti. Its wide recognition is in large part due to the Swedish film Elvira Madigan (1967), in which its lyrical second movement was featured and from which it derives its byname.

What is the mood of Mozart’s piano Concerto in C major?

Mozart has succeeded in making it (the piano) as capable a vehicle of his thought as the orchestra.” (Tovey) The movement ends quietly and is followed by a cadenza. The second movement is an andante (slow). Its mood is dream-like and elegant.

Who wrote piano Concerto 21?

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, “Elvira Madigan”: II. Andante/Composers

How many Mozart piano sonatas are there?

18 piano sonatas
Mozart: 18 piano sonatas.

What is the story of Elvira Madigan?

Hedvig Jensen (Pia Degermark) has been performing as a tightrope walker under the name Elvira Madigan for years. When she meets Lieutenant Sixten Sparre (Thommy Berggren) in the Danish countryside, the two fall in love and decide to run away together. Sixten, an army deserter, has trouble finding work, and the couple face hard times. Then Sixten meets an old friend who questions his choices and urges him to leave Hedvig before their life becomes even tougher.
Elvira Madigan/Film synopsis

What is the mood of Mozart’s piano concerto in C major?

Who is the composer of two piano concerti?

Francis Poulenc
Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra/Composers
Francis Poulenc’s Concerto pour deux pianos (Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra) in D minor, FP 61, was composed over the period of three months in the summer of 1932. It is often described as the climax of Poulenc’s early period.