We're thrilled to feature an incredible rendition of this masterpiece by the Jussen Brothers with the Budapest Festival Orchestra and conductor. Composed in 1779 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during his time in Salzburg, this concerto is a testament to his youthful exuberance and technical prowess.
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