Divertimento in D, K. 205/167A

This piece was written in 1773. The serenade played a major part among Mozart's works composed in Salzburg. Synonymous with the titles divertimento and cassation, works of this kind were composed for open-air performances during the summer months, often designed to accompany a specific event, such as a wedding. This calls for 2 horns in D, bassoon, and strings.

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