concerto

[ kuh n-cher-toh; Italian kawn-cher-taw ]SEE DEFINITION OF concerto

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I trembled and cried as he played our first—his first concerto in F minor.

He appeared in London in 1827, his piece being the Hummel concerto.

It was for this occasion that the Saint-Saëns second concerto was written.

At one of the Symphony concerts she brought out her own concerto.

Among others Mozart admired her greatly, and dedicated a concerto to her.

The conversation that followed charmed me more than the concerto.

These effects readily are discoverable in the larghetto of the Potocka concerto.

"Writing a concerto for the clavier," answered the small boy.

Allegro from the Concerto in F minor, composed and played by Chopin.

Only the Adagio and Rondo of his Concerto had a decided success.

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