The manuscript of Mozart's Piano Concerto in C minor, K 491, shows his human side. In the first movement he changes his mind and switches a couple of sections of music around. Here there is a glimpse of his humour when he uses a face to tell the players to repeat the music from the start of the movement instead of writing it all out again.


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