Piano Concerto No. 1 in G by Joseph Wölfl, 2-piano score
Joseph Wölfl is an obscure classical composer who studied under Leopold Mozart and was most famous for losing a piano duel with Beethoven, whereupon he left for London, where he spent the rest of his life. His concertos are well-crafted and stand up well when compared to Mozart’s piano concertos.
I listened to Yorck Kronenberg’s recordings of some of his concertos, but wasn’t able to find a score of this first concerto. Due to the clarity of the music of this era, however, I was able to create my own two-piano score of the concerto by listening to the recording. Enjoy!
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