So, I hardly listen to guitar music anymore. Unless it's Greg Howe. Have returned to my classical collection, and have been buying new things off Amazon. Been spending A LOT of time with Mozart's piano concertos. Favorite interpreters are Murray Perahia, Richard Goode, Susan Tomes (flawless articulation), and Maria Joao Pires (best recorded piano sound ever). I'm not at the point where I can immediately identify every concerto at the beginning, but I'm always aware that this music is marvelous, and a great gift. Question! Obviously, the concertos contain a great deal of fast & intricate passagework. Did Mozart have--like most composers/musicians--favorite lines and patterns that he returned to again and again? A guy like Yngwie gets a lot of heat for "running scales"; did Mozart also have times when he let his "fingers do the walking", so to speak? Interested to hear your thoughts!