Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G (excerpt)

The solo English horn seems more appropriate for playing those long slurs of slow melodies of the 2nd movement, with complete tranquility and elegance. The whole middle movement presents a stark contrast to the rest of the piece, which is indeed mixed with heavy jazz tunes.

Piano Concerto in G major
Maurice Ravel, completed in 1931
2nd movement, repeat of theme one

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