Piano concerto no. 9 in E-flat Major 'Jeunehomme', K. 271
This concert is also known as 'jeunehomme', because apparently was dedicated for the french pianist of the same name, but, for other hand, the musicologist Michael Lorenz said that the pianist was called really Victoire Jenamy. This concert was composed in Salzburg in 1777, when mozart was 21 years old.
This piano concert consist of three movements:
1.- Allegro, in E-flat major and common time (C) - 00:06
2.- Andantino, in C minor and 3/4 time - 10:13
3.- Rondo (Presto), in E-flat major and cut time - 21:25
What some cricits told about this concert:
Charles Rosen: "perhaps the first unequivocal masterpiece [of the] classical style."
Alfred Brendel: "one of the greatest wonders of the world."
Alfred Einstein: "Mozart's Eroica."