Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, op.83, composed by Johannes Brahms. In order to analyze this piece properly it is best to know the rondo within the piece. It helps to determine repetition and the featured alternating episodes. For this piece you can hear ABABA, which makes it a dynamic piece to listen to.When listening to the First A and the Last A sections you can here how similar they are. When you pay close attention to the Middle A you notice more instruments in this area. This is what helps to keep the movement going.
This is also a concerto that is much longer than previous concertos he had composed. In this piece you will noticed there is a cadenza placed in an odd area. When listened to the 1st and