Piano and orchestra Sheet Music

The piano developed during the 18th century, and since then it has dominated the field of keyboard instruments and become one of the most important instruments in our musical tradition. Naturally it was paired with the orchestra -the other basic vehicle for music composition in Western tradition. Compositions for piano and orchestra can take the form of a concerto, where the piano plays a soloist role against the mass of the ensemble, or any other form where the piano works as part of the orchestra itself.

Title Composer Form Period
Fantaisie-Ballet, Op.6 Gabriel Pierné Ballet Romantic
Khamma Claude Debussy Ballet Late 19th century
Barcarolle for Piano and Strings, Op.60 Ludvig Schytte Barcarolle Romantic
Capriccio Brillant, Op. 22 Felix Mendelssohn Caprice Romantic
Capriccio Humoresque Daniel Léo Simpson Caprice Classical
Scherzo-caprice, Op.25 Gabriel Pierné Caprice Romantic
2 Harpsichord Concertos, Op.5 Ernst Eichner Concerto Classical
3 Piano Concertos after JC Bach, K.107 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto Classical
3 Piano Concertos, Op.15 Giuseppe Maria Cambini Concerto Classical
6 Harpsichord Concertos, Wq.43 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Concerto Classical
6 Keyboard Concertos, Op.1 (W.C 49-54) Johann Christian Bach Concerto Classical
6 Keyboard Concertos, Op.7 (W.C 55-60) Johann Christian Bach Concerto Classical
6 Keyboard Concertos, Op.11 Carl Friedrich Abel Concerto Classical
6 Keyboard Concertos, Op.13 (W.C 62-67) Johann Christian Bach Concerto Classical
6 Keyboard Concertos, Op.14 Tommaso Giordani Concerto Classical
Allegro de concert, Op.7 Felix Blumenfeld Concerto Romantic
Concert-Allegro, Op.29 August Winding Concerto Romantic
Concert Fantasia, Op.56 Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky Concerto Romantic
Concertino Leoš Janáček Concerto Early 20th Century
Concertino for Piano and Orchestra Arthur Honegger Concerto 20th Century