Piano Concerto No.2, Op.89 (Benedict, Julius)

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 I. Allegro moderato
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 II. Andante
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 III. Rondeau: Allegretto
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PMLP214079-BenedictOp89 IAllegroSolo.pdf
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Publisher Info.:

London: Cramer & Co., n.d.[1865]. Plate 10,004.

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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General Information

Work Title Piano Concerto No.2
Alternative Title Concerto allegro, andante & rondeau, pour le piano, avec accompagnament de grand orchestre
Composer Benedict, Julius
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.89
Key E major
Movements/Sections 3 movements:
  1. Allegro moderato
  2. Andante
  3. Rondo brillante. Allegro con spirito
First Performance 1867 April 27, by Arabella Goddard at the Crystal Palace, London
First Publication 1867 – London: Cramer & Co.
Dedication Eugénie, Impératrice des Français
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano, orchestra
External Links *History of Concerto from Hyperion Records
Extra Information First movement originally published as concerto no.2 opus 19; see link.


Misc. Comments

First movement performed in 1837 as "New Concerto (First Movement), E flat" and published in 1839 by Schott around 1839 as his 2nd concerto opus 19. The whole work was brought out in full in 1867 by Cramer of London and on the continent in 1869 by Senff (Temperley, the author of Hyperion's notes, claims 1868 for the Senff edition- this is possible.) In Benedict's official final list of works his first concerto is his concerto in C minor opus 45 published in 1852 initially premiered in 1850 as a Concertstück.
Also, re Cramer see Cramer & Co.

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