Part 1 - Allegro vivace-Andante-Allegro Vivace
Part 2 - Andantino-Allegro quais presto
Part 3 - Adagio
Part 4 - Allegro-Allegro-Andante-Allegro (finale)
GPO solo flute,
EWQL SO Platinum +,
Garritan Steinway Pro - Classic Perspective, Altiverb Large Halls / Broadcast Hall Orchestral / used 2 Altiverb instances per instrument group *), LP64 for enhancing the orchestra, mid registers, also for adding some Steinway juice to the Garritan Steinway (GAS). I compared the sound with a recording of Rachmaminovs 4th pianoconcerto, recorded at Philhamronic Hall, St.Petersburg. It can't be eactly the same, but I think I made it as close as possible. Double checked it with Prokofiev's 1st Pianoconcerto, recorded in Israel.
Rather virtuoso, watch the volume of your headphones, some heavy dynamics.
*) Searching the Altiverb forum I discovered some really nice feature of Altiverb, namely using a second instance for direct/wet setting.
It comes down to this. I took the BroadCast MCO impulse response (Great Halls), made my settings and removed the tailof the reverb.
Then I inserted a second instance of Altiverb, now with the Concertgebouw irp and turned off direct and early reflections off. Since I didn't use in this 2nd Altiverb the Stage I can now use that bottom right knob "WET/DRY". Using this is obvious. Now I have the sparkling setting of the Broadcast MCO and the somewhat "darker" and longer reverb of the Concertgebouw, controlled by the wet/dry.
I'll hope you agree with me. In my opinion is sounds much much better.