Concerto in F major was written in 1925 on a commission from the conductor and director Walter Damrosch.
The concerto is in the traditional three movements:
2. Adagio - Andante con moto
3. Allegro agitato
There are strong thematic links between the outer movements, while the second movement is the most obviously jazz-influenced. There exists in each movement a very subtle structural integrity that is not immediately apparent to the listener or even the player, but the structure rivals that of any classical or romantic composer.
|1||Piano Concerto in F major, all three movements||33:18||Antonov, A.|
Performed by pianist Mauro Bertoli - Live recording
28 February 2003 - Brescia, Teatro Sociale
Orchestra Filarmonica of Conservatory "G. Verdi" (Milan)
Conductor - Vittorio Parisi
|2 and 3||Adagio - Andante con moto/Allegro agitato||20:58|