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Mozart, ’Flute Concerto’ in A (after Violin Concerto no 5, K. 219) for flute choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), movt 3, Rondo.

Composer
W.A.Mozart
Year of composition
1775
Year of arrangement
2009
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
10 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Quintet
Instrumental parts
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That glorious ’Turkish’ movement from K.219 works brilliantly with flutes, though I have assumed for convenience that the concert flutes don’t have a B-foot, which has entailed a minor modification to the benefit of the altos. Movements 1 and 2 have been posted separately. Enormous fun, if a bit of a tongue-twister for the soloist!

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