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The Beethoven Piano Concerto No.5 was written in 1809. Beethoven decided to write it because he liked the previous piano concertos that had been written before his own, and he wanted to give the world a new kind of music. Beethoven wrote this piece after listening to Mozart’s final work – the 41st Symphony. Beethoven was inspired by Mozart’s symphony, and he decided to make his piano concerto with a similar theme of the orchestra playing together equally as part of one instrument.

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