Piano Concerto No. 15 in B flat major

Played by Kalle Randalu

Who is Kalle Randalu?

Kalle was born and raised in Estonia, as an internationally sought- after pianist. Randalu is also a prize- winner of renowned international piano competitions. He won many 1st prizes at the 1971 competition for young pianists. Since 1988 he has been living in Germany. Kalle is a piano professor at Karlsruhe Academy of Music.
Mozart Piano concerto No. 15 in B-flat major K. 450 1st movement Allegro / Kalle Randalu

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Who is Mozart?

Mozart was a very talented composer. His full name was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born on January 27, 1756 and died on December 5, 1791. Was born in Salzburg, Austria, but sadly passed in Vienna. His father was very protective of Mozart and considered Mozart like a prized instrument. Even though his father may have seen him a prized possession, he was also a composer, violinist, and assistant concert master. Although his father was a composer, Wolfgang's mother was born to a middle class family of local community leaders.

In Mozart's adult years he always felt like he was a servant to others, rather than a source of talent. He was a extremely whimsical jovial and some considered him a brilliant musical romantic genius.

In 1782, it seemed to be a an auspicious year for this musical mastermind. People consider The Opera, Don Giovanni his greatest works.

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Mozarts Musical Era

Mozart made music in the classical period and he was very objectivity and extremely emotional/personal. Mozart decided he would use lots of instrumental forms which seemed to make him fit in with this very popular tradition of music.

The Wonders of Mozarts Music...

Ever wondered what famous people from the past lives were like? Well today you can take a look into Mozart's music history. Now there's this song that Mozart wrote and it's known as- Piano Concerto No. 15 in B Flat Major~ 1st Movement. There isn't much of a story behind this song, but there's history. His Allegro and Andante were composed in 1788. Except that song came with an additional extended version of Mozart's Concerto No. 15 (B flat major), published later in 1788. This song is almost always heard in a piano B flat major and sometimes played in an orchestra.

Can You hear it today?

Now music from the past, that are as famous as this song, can usually be found in old movies. This song is especially unique, and not necessarily in a good way. I couldn't find it in any movies or any commercials, whatsoever. It seems to me that it's not very popular and that many people don't know about it.
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