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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Concerto In D K.314: (Arr. Martin Schelhaas): Orchestra And Solo

D major

COMPOSER: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Piano Reduction
Concerto For Flute And Orchestra D major K. 314 (285d). Flute Solo, Oboe (2), Horn (2), Strings. Flute & Piano reduction. The New Mozart Edition offers researchers a musicologicallyunimpeachable text based on all the available sources (first and foremost Mozart 's autograph manuscripts). At
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Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Arranger Martin Schelhaas
Editor Rachel Brown
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Instrumentation Flute and Orchestra
Product Format Piano Reduction
Style Classical
ISMN 9790006506736
No. BA4855-90
Number of pages 86
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Description

Concerto For Flute And Orchestra D major K. 314 (285d).

Flute Solo, Oboe (2), Horn (2), Strings.

Flute & Piano reduction.

The New Mozart Edition offers researchers a musicologicallyunimpeachable text based on all the available sources (first and foremost Mozart's autograph manuscripts). At the same time, it also serves as an aid to authentic performances.

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