Report Obscure but wonderful... in The Fingerboard Posted February 24, 2000 The Korngold concerto gets a fair amount of play, and it's certainly been recorded several times recently. For whatever reason, the Barber concerto seems to get a fair amount of play in community orchestras, with local soloists. Possibly this is because it's not horrendously difficult, and it's easy to accompany. Other concerti not often heard: Rozsa, Conus, Gruenberg, Walton. Not often played in public, and rarely recorded: Ernst's various works. I'm not sure if they're so much of great artistic value, as they're terrifying displays of virtuousity.