(featuring the soloist Robert Casadeus, backed by The Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Hans Rosbaud)
Is Ludwig van Beethoven's (1770-1827) Piano Concerto No.5 "Emperor" - composed in 1809 -, the most famous example of that particular, classical music art-form, in world history?
For sure, it is certainly in the top five, or so, of the most famous piano concertos in history, up there with : Rachmaninov's Second ... Chopin's First ... Tchaikovsky's First ... Brahms' Second ... Mozart's Twenty-First ... Schumann's only, brilliant Piano Concerto ... and also, not forgetting Grieg's only, legendary stab at the art-form ... and, many other great examples of this art-form ; many historical, but some written in the 20C, or even, contemporary examples ...
Side One : Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Op.73 "Emperor" :-
Side Two : Piano Concerto ... (conclusion) :-
1) II Adagio un poco mosso 2) III Rondo (Allegro).
Records graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve) EX+/EX-.