Mozart's only Oboe Concerto was considered a lost work until the discovery of this piece in 1920. It was written for the Salzberg Oboist Giuseppe Ferlendis and is believed by critics to be the lost piece.
This is for my daughter studying for grade 8 oboe. It is ideal, exactly what she needs. The only slight issue was the time taken to arrive; she was a little impatient for it, though I was happy to receive an email keeping me updated about the delay. Anonymous
- (Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom)