Andante in C Major; K. 315 (285e) by : Annabel Knight : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Wolfgang Birtel
Even though Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791); admittedly; was no fan of the flute; he wrote unforgettable music for this instrument 'that I can't stand': two concertos; a double concerto with harp; the original version of the Wind Concertante and the four flute quartets. Commissioned by the Dutch physician and amateur musician Ferdinand Dejean; Mozart wrote his two solo concertos in 1777/78 during a stay in Mannheim. As the middle movement of the Concerto in G major KV 313 supposedly was too difficult for the client -with regard to the playing technique and/or music - the composer wrote an alternative version; 'Andante' KV 315 (285e). This nice individual movement is now presented in a carefully edited new edition; with a cadenza of the editor - a serenade-like setting that offers the soloist many possibilities for cantabile playing.
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| Media ||Softcover|
| Length x Width x Height||12 x 9 x 0.051 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.19 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL49046132|
| ISBN ||3795716632|
| EAN ||9783795716639|
|Voicing Description||Score and Solo Part|
| 1st Publication Date||04/2019|
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