(featuring soloist legend Daniel Barenboim, in a Mid Sixties recording, backed by the English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Barenboim, again)
The two-and-three-quarter years period, between February 1784 and December 1786, was perhaps Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's most "vintage" era, as far as his myriad talents for composing piano concertos, were concerned.
And, both the Concertos featured on this album, were completed well-within this period - No.20 K.466 in February 1785, and No.23 K.488 in March 1786 - as well as No.20 later being a particular favourite of Ludwig van Beethoven's, during the Mid-1790s. Indeed, Beethoven composed cadenzas for the First & Last Movements of No.20, further down the line (Amadeus' own cadenzas for No.20 did not survive his own lifespan, either due to him forgetting, or possibly even not bothering, to note them down during the process of composition) ...
Side One : Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor K.466 :-
1) I Allegro - Cadenza - Tempo I 2) II Romanze 3) III Rondo (Allegro assai - Cadenza - Tempo I).
Side Two : Piano Concerto No.23 in A minor K.488 :-
1) I Allegro - Cadenza - Tempo I 2) II Adagio 3) III Allegro assai.
Records graded visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve) EX/EX-.