Concerto for Piano 4 Hands and Orchestra, Op.153 (Czerny, Carl)
Leipzig: H.A. Probst, n.d.(ca.1827). Plate 389.
Color Scan. These are from the version of op.153 as a piano (2 hands) and orchestra work - which was prepared, though whether which Czerny's approval I do not know - the orchestral parts may be slightly different for the marginally more familiar piano-4-hands and orchestra version, likely for balance reasons, just as they are in another way in the string parts to Franz Schmidt's quintets for left-hand piano when the piano part is arranged for 2 hands.
First edition ?
Paris: Richault, n.d. (ca.1827). Plate 2034 R.
|Work Title||Concerto for Piano 4 Hands and Orchestra|
|First Publication||1827? – Leipzig: H.A. Probst|
|Instrumentation||Solo: Piano 4 Hands|
Orchestra: 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets (C), 2 Bassoons + 2 Horns (C/F), 2 Clarini (Natural Trumpets in C) + 2 Timpani + Strings