Concert pianist, composer, and master teacher Alexander Peskanov has written Spring Concerto as a bridge to the concerto repertoire that will help pianists at the intermediate level experience the joys of performing a concerto at a young age. Inspired by springtime-themed masterpieces by Vivaldi, Haydn, and Beethoven, this concerto for solo piano with piano accompaniment is divided into four distinctive movements: "The March of Spring," "April Scherzo," "Sunset Reverie," and "May Rondo." The movements explore Classical forms, such as sonata-allegro form and rondo form, while depicting the lively sounds of nature in spring. All four movements are Federation Festivals 2016-2020 selections.
|I. The March of Spring|
|II. April Scherzo|
|III. Sunset Reverie|
|IV. May Rondo|
|Composed by:||Alexander Peskanov|
|Version:||2 copies required for performance|