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9 thoughts on “ Concerto For Clarinet And Orchestra In A Major, K. 622 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Clarinet Concerto

  1. Wolfgang Mozart Born January 27, , Salzburg, Austria. Died December 5, , Vienna, Austria. Clarinet Concerto in A Major, K. Mozart composed this concerto between the end of September and mid-November , and it apparently was performed in Vienna shortly afterwards. The orches tra consists of two flutes, two bassoons, two horns.
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  7. Anton Stadler had participated in performances of Mozart's works since at least , and later inspired two of the composer's most magnificent late masterpieces, the Quintet in A major for clarinet and string quartet (K. ) and the present concerto.
  8. Mozart 's Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.  , was written in October for the clarinetist Anton Stadler. It consists of three movements, in a fast–slow–fast succession: Allegro (in A major and in sonata form) Adagio (in D major and in ternary form)Catalogue: K.

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