Rondo for piano and orchestra (Beethoven)
Ludwig van Beethoven's Rondo for piano and orchestra in B-flat major, WoO, 6 was composed in 1793 and originally intended as the final movement for his second piano concerto. Hans-Werner Küthen states this was probably the finale for the first and second versions of the second piano concerto, being replaced by the final version of the rondo in 1795. He also notes that the most likely inspiration for the insertion of an andante section into the rondo is the concluding rondo of Mozart's twenty-second piano concerto.
- Anderson, Keith (1988). Beethoven: Piano Concerto Nº.1/Rondo in B-flat major (CD). Naxos Records. 8.550190.
- Cooper, Barry (2000). Beethoven. United States: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0191592706.
- Küthen, Hans-Werner (2012). Rondo in B flat major WoO 6 for Piano and Orchestra (Reduction for 2 Pianos) (PDF). G. Henle. ISMN 979-0-2018-1149-9.
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