Ten Opus 1s of the great composers

Sergei Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 1 in F#, Op 1 (1890–91) Rachmaninov was not 18, and still a student at the Moscow Imperial Conservatorium, when he began work on his First Piano Concerto. The fledgling composer completed his Opus 1 during a month of almost complete solitude at ...

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Ten Opus 1s of the great composers
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