General information
Title CZKoncert pro klavír a orchestr č. 3
Title ENConcerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 3
Title DEKonzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr. 3
Title FRConcerto pour piano et orchestre n° 3
CategoryConcertos
Halbreich number316
Parts of the composition (movements)1. Allegro; 2. Andante poco moderato; 3. Moderato - Allegro (poco)
Durata25'
Instruments2222-4231-Timp-Batt-Archi
Solo voicePf
Dedicatee Firkušný, Rudolf
Diplomatic transcription of the dedicationTo | Rudolf Firkušný
Note on the dedicationDedication on the title page of the autograph score.
Origin
Place of compositionNew York
Year of origin1948
Initiation of composition09.04.1947
Completion of composition10.03.1948
First performance
Performer Rudolf Firkušný (Pf), Walter Hendl (dirigent/conductor)
Firkušný, Rudolf
Hendel, Walter
Date of the first performance1949-11-20
Location of the first performanceDallas, Texas (USA)
Ensemble Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Autograph deposition
InstitutionBritish Library
Deposition locationLondon
OwnerBritish Library, London
Note on the autograph depostitionTwo reproductions of the autograph score are held by the Czech Museum of Music in Prague, one is located at the Bohuslav Martinů Centre in Polička (deposit of the Bohuslav Martinů Foundation).
Copyright
CopyrightSchott Music, Mainz
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Editions
Panton, Prague, 16.10.2008
Call number at the BM Institute: 1056 partitura
Specification of the edition: Score, reprint of the 1st edtition (1960)
Details of this edition
Panton, Prague, 1960
Call number at the BM Institute: 1056a,c KV
Specification of the edition: Piano reduction; 1st edition
Details of this edition
Panton, Prague, 2003
Call number at the BM Institute: 1056b KV
Specification of the edition: Piano reduction; reprint of the 1st edition (1960)
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Note Title on the title page of the autograph score: "Concerto No. 3. | for piano | and orchestra." *** First movement was completed on 31.12.1947, second movement on 15.02.1948. *** Czech Music Fund published only performing materials in 1960. *** Panton published piano reduction by Karel Šolc in 1960 and study score in 1985.
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