The fifth of six keyboard concertos, Op. I, by the English born composer James Hook. One of the earliest works of its type, this delightful three movement piece bears favourable comparison with other keyboard concertos of that period, and provides aspiring pianists with an extremely playable concerto performance opportunity. Originally scored for piano, two violins and cello, the PDF contains parts for the viola (doubling that of the second violin) and double bass. Additional dynamics and short cadenzas have been added by the editor .The ‘tutti’ piano parts, retained from the original score, can be omitted at the discretion of the soloist/conductor. Orchestra backing tracks for the three separate movements are available. Click here to listen to a recording of the piece.