The description of this score as reduced for 2 pianos is inaccurate; it is in fact reduced for *one* piano, probably with much of the detail omitted. I don't know how to change this, or if I have permission, so I just note it here for someone who can change it. M.J.E. 04:32, 1 August 2009 (UTC)
Oh - I guess I didn't notice that. Probably I looked at the opening, saw that it seemed to have one piano only, and maybe I didn't look further because it seemed an inadequate arrangement. There *are* concertos on the site arranged for just one piano throughout, and they seem very inadequate indeed; and I thought this was another of those.
Thanks for telling me.
I have to say that this format, though, is far less satisfactory than the score style which shows both parts together, one above the other. It makes it pretty well useless for studying the score of the work as a whole. Also, if I were to play this two-piano version of the work with another pianist, I would also find it better to have both parts in front of me, so that I could correlate what I was playing with what the other person was playing. M.J.E. 00:42, 11 August 2010 (UTC)