Mozart, ’Flute Concerto’ in D, after Violin Concerto no 4 (K. 218) for flute choir (3fl, afl,bassfl), movt 2, Andante cantabile.

Composer
W.A.Mozart
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The second movement of Mozart’s 4th Violin Concerto again adapts well for flute soloist and accompanying flute choir. Please contact me for free pdf parts after download if you would prefer this format.


Score ID
85251
Composer
W.A.Mozart
Year of composition
1775
Year of arrangement
2009
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
6 minutes
Instrumentation
Quintet of Flutes
Genre
Classical music
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