The original 1831 concerto's twenty-four Variations, had its debut with virtuoso violinist
Niccolo Paganini (ozy.com/flashback/why-the-devil-plays-the-fiddle/87458). In 1934 the originals were arranged as a concertante 'in a single movement', for piano and orchestra by
Sergei Rachmaninoff. In 2018 my video illustrations use just eight of Rachmaninoff's 24. They are also re-ordered starting and ending with a fast Toccota styled Variation. The ever popular 18th Variation, heard here under my closing credits, is the Paganini Theme played upside down!
orchestra-The Baltic Youth Orchestra
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