Concertone in C, K. 190

Mozart wrote this piece in 1774, and it came as the fourth entry in his concerto catalogue. The word concertone comes from the italian concerto, with a suffix added to denote largeness. In this case the work contrasts an orchestra with a group of soloists (first and second violin, with frequent appeareances of solo cello and oboe). The score calls for a full section of two oboes, two bassoons, two horns and two trumpets in addition to timpani and strings. Displaying an ellegant and ornamented style, this piece is not so often ... more

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Sheet Music I. Allegro spiritoso Preview Favorite Download
Sheet Music II. Andantino grazioso Preview Favorite Download
Sheet Music III. Tempo minuetto. Vivace Preview Favorite Download

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