Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) Rondo in C major K. 373
[vl,orch] duration: 6'
solo: vl – 0.2.0.0. – 220.127.116.11. – str
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A typical concerto finale with the entrance of the solo instrument right at the beginning: this is how Mozart designed the present Rondo K. 373 which he wrote for a subscription concert held in conjunction with the violinist Antonio Brunetti in Vienna. The piece was most likely self-contained, for nowhere do we find indications referring to a “C major Violin Concerto” from Mozart’s pen, and the composer mentions precisely this very “Rondeau” in a letter to his father concerning the first performance on 8 April 1781.