In the last, Viennese, decade of his life, the piano concerto was the main focus of Mozart's interest, along with the opera. He composed more than a dozen of these works, drawing on experiences from his Salzburg period, including the Piano Concerto K. 271, nicknamed "Jeunehomme." The symphony genre also links earlier and later phases of his career - while the so-called "Little G Minor Symphony" K. 183 from 1773 shows the youthful Mozart, the "Prague Symphony" is a work of the mature classical style.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- SYMPHONY IN G MINOR K. 183
- PIANO CONCERTO IN E FLAT MAJOR K. 271 »JEUNEHOMME«
- SYMPHONY IN D MAJOR K. 504 »PRAGUE«
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