A concerto is a type of musical composition that features a solo instrument, such as a piano or violin, accompanied by an orchestra. It typically consists of three movements with the soloist and orchestra interacting and engaging in musical conversation. The concerto has a rich history and has evolved over the centuries, with contemporary composers incorporating elements of other musical traditions into their pieces. The concerto remains a beloved form of musical composition that showcases the virtuosity of the soloist and the role of the orchestra.
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