Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, a History

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W.A. Mozart born

January 27, 1756 - January 28, 1756

W.A. Mozart moves to Vienna

March 1, 1781 - March 2, 1781

Death of Raimund Mozart

August 19, 1783 - August 20, 1783

W.A. Mozart begins composition of Piano Concertos Nos. 20 and 21

January 1, 1784 - February 10, 1784

Karl Mozart born

September 21, 1784 - september 22, 1784

Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor is premiered in Vienna

February 11, 1785 - February 12, 1785

W.A. Mozart Performs his No. 20 Piano Concerto for a second time at Burgtheater

February 15, 1785 - February 16, 1785

Don Giovanni premieres

October 29, 1787 - October 30, 1787

W.A. Mozart begins work on his unfinished Requiem

January 1, 1791 - December 5, 1791

W.A. Mozart dies

December 5, 1791 - December 6, 1791

Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor published by Breitkopf & Härtel

January 1, 1878 - January 2,1878

Walter Geiseking releases recording of K.466

1956 - 1957

Artur Rubenstein performs K.466 at one of its most well received concerts

January 12, 1966 - January 13, 1966

K.466 is featured in the motion picture, Amadeus

1984 - 1985

Mitsuko Uchida releases recording of K.466

1986 - 1987

Melvyn Tan releases recording of K.466 performed on period instruments

1992 - 1993

Chick Corea releases recording of K.466

1996 - 1997

Keith Jarrett releases recording of K.466

1999 - 2000

Martha Argerich releases recording of K.466

1999 - 2000

K.466's second movement is featured in the HBO series, Six Feet Under

July 25, 2004 - July 26, 2004