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This arrangement is taken from the Concerto for Alto Trombone by Leopold Mozart (1719-1787) and to preserve the original key and therefore tonality has been arranged in its Brass Band form as a solo for Tenor Horn. The Concerto itself was extracted from the solo movements of a larger piece of music, the Serenata of 1756. This was about the time Leopold withdrew from composition himself to concentrate on his son�s career.
It is commonly thought that the solo movements (the Adagio (arranged here), Menuetto and Allegro) were written for Thomas Gschladt who was highly regarded and acclaimed as a virtuoso in his own time.
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