Talk:Konzert im alten Stil, Op.123 (Reger, Max)

Two violins and orchestra, if you count the slow movement- one can either treat that as one does the concertante string solos in the Tchaikovsky 2nd piano concerto I'd say (which is after all never described as a concerto for piano trio and orchestra, after all, nor is the Brahms 2nd called a concerto for piano, cello and orchestra -though the 2nd solo's contribution here seems more substantial in size... ) or else the invitation of "Konzert im alten Stil" as a concerto for orchestra/concerto grosso?? with slightly variable orchestration :) Eric 01:12, 15 November 2009 (UTC)

hmm, that's true. Actually, there's no prominent solo part like in a real concerto. I took the title from the composition list...however, in the score it's just 'Concerto in old style for orchestra' which is more appropriate. Other websites also name it concerto for orchestra. Hobbypianist 18:24, 16 November 2009 (UTC)