Piano Concerto #4 in C-minor
4th Movement (Encore)
This movement is not part of the original score, but added as an encore,
due to the zest of the original work. After several friends had heard the
original three movements, they said that it needed a finishing touch.
Nothing too long, they mentioned, but something to bring closure to the
piece. The movement you hear is not something that would be performed by
the artist unless the demand was made by the audience. At only 2:09, this
short movement certainly brings a closure to the large concerto, throwing
a strange chords around, and hanging on the edge of atonality.
I have played this movement in public, always with rave reviews. It did
track well, I think, as compared to some of the other classical music I've
chosen to track. It does no, however, sound as good tracked as it does
Piano Concerto in C-Minor
Fourth Movement (Encore)