For Flute and Piano (Tore)
||Albert Dunning (1936–2005)
||Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, Serie VII, Werkgruppe 18,|
Divertimenti für 5–7 Streich- und Blasinstrumente [NMA VII/18] (pp.158-222)
Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, 1976. Plate BA 4574.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Violin or Cello and Piano (Burmester)
- See: Stücke alter Meister (No.5)
For Violin and Piano (Hermann)
For Clarinet and Piano (Rosanov)
- See: Clarinet School (No.77, p.53)
For Clarinet solo (Di Caro)
For Organ (Coleman)
||Henry Coleman (1888-1965)
||Orange Album of Twenty Pieces for the Organ |
London: Schott & Co., 1924. Plate S. & Co. Ltd. 4205.
||Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
||K.334 ; K⁶.320b
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- I. Allegro
- II. Thema mit Variationen: Andante
- i. Var.I
- ii. Var.II
- iii. Var.III
- iv. Var.IV
- v. Var.V
- vi. Var.VI
- III. Menuetto - Trio
- IV. Adagio
- V. Menuetto - Trio I - Trio II
- VI. Rondo: Allegro
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1795 (Baumgartner of Leipzig. 5-movement version)|
1798 - Gombart (Augsburg. First publication of 6-movement version)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 horns (D), 2 violins, viola, basso (double bass)
NMA report (German) (p.73 for Marcia)
There is also a 7-movement version, with the March, K.345/K.320c preceding the usual 6 movements. These manuscripts and scores do not agree in all details, and the autograph seems to be lost (unless it was found or returned in more recent years, which is possible)- see the "Quellen" section of the NMA report. basso seems to mean double bass or perhaps alternatively cello (but not "any bass instrument whatsoever".)