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c sonic idea, he found that mutated after working with the Banda Jimenez, writing more furiousness into the music after discovering it was with rapidity that they played most elegantly.
In the final Allegro, the orchestra and piano achieved a lurching thrust very much like a runner leaping from sharp-edged rock to sharp-edged rock along a seashore, keeping upright and safe only by the furiousness of plunging on and on - the very highest musical artistic effect, and one surely Mozart had in mind.