|First Publication||1820s?? - Moscow? - selfpublished?|
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|Work Title||Piano Concerto|
|Alternative. Title||Grand concerto en ut mineur pour le piano-forte avec accompagement de grand orchestre , d'un quintuor ou d'un second piano|
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.||Op.4|
|First Publication.||1820s?? - Moscow? - selfpublished?|
|Dedication||l'Academie Royale de Musique à Sto[c]kholm|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Romantic|
According to Wikipedia, wrote 3 piano concertos. Not in fact sure which of the three this is.
Adagio is a movement heading here rather than a tempo indication, I think- though I'm not sure. Rubinstein, the composer's piano pupil, was to do something similar in his 3rd symphony (Adagio: Andante) which is a confusing indication until one has worked that out (Adagio: Generic name for a slow movement. Andante: actual tempo. at least, as the composer may have seen it! :) )