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Here is an orchestration of Mozart’s Andante, KV 501, originally for piano 4-hands. I have arranged Mozart’s work for solo woodwind quartet - consisting of flute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon – and orchestra (strings and 2 horns.)
Thus, this is a 9-minute theme and variations in the form of a sinfonia concertante.
In its new orchestral garb, this music demands great virtuosity on the parts of all four woodwind soloists. I have heard it said by woodwind players that they would kill for more wind concerti by Mozart. Well, here is the equivalent of a flute concerto movement, an oboe concerto movement, a clarinet concerto movement and a bassoon concerto movement – all rolled into one. Also, it is one of the most remarkable, catchy and intricate set of variations that Mozart ever composed. I suspect wind players will relish playing this new addition to the solo/orchestral repertoire.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of MOZART - STARR; Variations concertantes, KV 501, for solo woodwind quartet and orchestra (arranged by Mark Starr from Mozart’s Andante for piano 4-hands)
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