On 6th of July I finished my first Piano Concerto
Concerto, op.2, is in F-sharp minor. It's not so hard.
starts with melody played by cellos [Largo espressivo e con malincolia]. It gets louder and more agitato
. After that, piano comes out with themes from 1st version of 1st part, combined into one theme
[quasi improvisando]. Then orchestra comes with main theme [Allegro con brio]. Second theme [L'istesso tempo] is something like Waltz, played by orchestra and then repeated by piano. Third theme [Affetuoso, con calore] is something like a song... [it has character of Rachmaninov's XVIII Var. from Rhapsody on Paganini
]. But first theme returns. Then - Cadenza. A bit virtuosic, like remembrances after all three themes. Orchestra returns for a while with first theme, then piano comes out with third theme [Doloroso]. If this theme for the first time was a yearn song, now it's very sad. Piano ends with chord with a "question" chord, then orchestra very calmly comes to end of 1st movement.
2nd movement - Intermezzo
[Adagio assai] is something like a love song, interrupted by dramatic Recitativo and cheerful Allegretto alla polacca.
3rd movement - Toccata
[Allegro vivace]. Full of dramatism. Melody comes to calmly "Andante espressivo", but tempest returns with double force [Cadenza]. It's really short part of the Concerto.
4th movement - Finale
[Allegro alla polacca]. Dramatic, but fast and with all features of Finale. Then a few chords and calm theme [Molto misurato e tranquillo]. After that fast part, with reflects of slow theme. Melody returns into point, where it began. Suddenly - cheerful 2nd theme from the 1st movement. Then - Maestoso con grandezza - fanfares-like slow theme from 4th movement. After that Coda - Rachmaninoff-like Piu vivo and the last chords.
It's not so complicated...
Soon I'll publish PDF. You have to wait for the mp3s