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Piano Concerto No.5 in Eb Op 73 'Emperor' 3rd movement Beethoven Help Opus Details
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This Sibelius score was meticulously created and perfected by Noel Woodhouse, Queensland, Australia. Many thanks, Noel, for offering to share all your hard work in the public domain.

The third movement is marked Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo. The concerto enters this movement from the 2nd movement, without interruption, when a lone bassoon note B drops a semitone to B-flat, the dominant note to the tonic key E-flat. The final movement of the concerto is in seven-part rondo form (ABACABA), a typical concerto finale form.

The piano begins the movement by playing its main theme,(Theme A of the rondo) then followed by the full orchestra. The rondo's B section begins with piano scales, before the orchestra again responds. The C section is much longer, presenting the theme from the A section in three different keys before the piano performs a cadenza. Rather than finishing with a strong entrance from the orchestra, however, the trill ending the cadenza dies away until the introductory theme reappears, played first by the piano and then the orchestra. In the last section, the theme undergoes variation before the concerto ends with a short cadenza and robust orchestral response.
Category: Concerto Orchestra Featuring Piano Classical Period
Time Signature 6 /8 Key Signature   Eb Major Play MP3 using player below.

1    This vigorous theme competes with the main theme of the first movement for the top spot as best-known tune from this concerto.

2    The rondo's second theme (Theme B) is introduced by piano scales

3    The piano plays the main tune of theme B in this rondo movement.
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