Allegro Ma Non Troppo is the first movement of the Violin Concerto in A minor (Op. 53) composed by Antonín Dvořák. The concerto was inspired by the Hungarian violinist Joseph Joachim, though he never performed it. It is broadcast on Agatha's Station.
- In Italian, the language that classical music is most often associated with, an instruction of "Allegro Ma Non Troppo" means to play "fast, but not overly so."
- Allegro Ma Non Troppo is a movement written in a modified sonata form in common time. Unusually, it segues directly into the second movement after a short interlude that modulates from the first movement's A minor into the second movement's key of F Major.
- The concerto is scored for a flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B flat, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in B flat and E flat, 2 trumpets in B flat and E flat, timpani, and strings.
Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Violin Concerto in A Minor 
- Violin Concerto in A Minor on Wikipedia.