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I'm assuming your talking about Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto in C Minor. It is an allegro con brio (lively with energy). A good mm for this concerto would be about 120. Of course, experiment with it. Your artisitc interpretation is what makes me movie. Faster, slower, go crazy. Just have fun with what your doing.

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the first movement allegro the second movement is andante the third movement is menuetto the fourth movement is allegro

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The first movement's tempo was Allegro Vivace, the second was Andante Cantabile, the third was Menuetto: Allegretto, and the last was Finale: Molto Allegro.

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Whata is the tempo for rondo

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Three. The most famous concert is the first one, in Bb minor, op. 23; the second is in G major, op. 44; the last one, op. 75, consists only in one movement, so it's thought that it's incomplete. It was based on sketches for a symphony in Eb Major which would have been his sixth, but which Tchaikovsky abandoned.


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Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 in E Flat Major Op. 73 "Emperor" is featured in The Assassination of Richard Nixon, Dead Poets Society and Immortal Beloved.