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'Precious' Mozart improvisations discovered

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New research suggests that one of Mozart's most famous piano concertos, number 23, may have originally been performed differently to how it is today.

Pianist and musicologist Robert Levin plays part of the "new" version next month, and explains the history behind it.


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