The Allegro molto moderato more precisely.
Guy Béart [the end of this concerto echoes in L'Eau vive]
Selvera's [NL version as Het Sprookje]
Kokomo [intro Asia Minor]
Second City Sound [hit UK as Grieg One]
Nederlands Artiestenkoor [as Joost Mag Het Weten; this piano concerto was the tune of Joost De Draaier's radio show bound to stop; top 20 NL; with Peter Koelewijn, Saskia & Serge, Albert West, Tol Hansse, André van Duin, Corrie van Gorp, Maggie MacNeal, Lee Towers, Willeke Alberti, Vader Abraham, Ria Valk, De Zangeres Zonder Naam, Nico Haak and Conny Vandenbos]
Kokomo was pianist Jimmy Wisner, coauthor of Don't Throw Your Love Away (see there). Dutch radio DJ Joost den Draayer used Kokomo's instrumental as tune for his Joost den Draayer Show.