Keyboard concerto in G, Hob. XVIII:4

Joseph Haydn wrote his Concerto for keyboard and orchestra in 1782, and it was published two years later. The piece is in the key of G major and usually catalogued as as Hob. XVIII:4. The score calls for a keyboard instrument (harpsichord, nowadays usually a piano), and two oboes, two horns and strings. An arrangement for two pianos and a set of complete candenzas is included here.

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