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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756–1791
Serenade in B Major 361 (370a) Gran Partita
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Gran Partita is one of his finest wind serenades. Written in his early years in Vienna between Entführung aus dem Serail and the Da Ponte operas, Mozart created another masterpiece of invention and magical sound – it was an immediate success and became a shining example for many 19th century composers.
It is the only serenade he wrote for 2 oboes, clarinets, basset horns, bassoons, four horns and a double bass.
1. Largo – Molto allegro
2. Menuetto – Trio I – Trio II
4. Menuetto (allegretto) – Trio I – Trio II
5. Romance (adagio – allegretto – adagio)
6. Thema (andante) with variations
7. Finale (molto allegro)
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