Concerto 1 in G (K313/285c) for Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Flute solo part with optional 2nd flute part; does not include a piano accompaniment
Referred to as the “King of Concerti” in both popularity and difficulty, the G Major Concerto holds a special significance for Ms. Wincenc as an important part of her repertoire throughout her career. The challenges inherent in the piece do not diminish through frequent performance, but rather they increase, as one music retain clarity, a cantabile style, brilliance, and a sense of angelic purity and simplicity.
The concerti by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart K 313 in G Major and K 314 in D Major represent two of the most important pieces for the flute. These Carol Wincenc publcations are intended to help students in their learning and preparation of these great works by utilizing a second flute part, an effective practice introduced by her teacher Marcel Moyse. The second part serves as a useful tool in lessons at which no pianist is present to accompany the soloist and reveals to the student musical subtleties and concepts which would otherwise not have been possible to impart. The arrangements have been carefully written to be playable on historical as well as modern flutes, and include Ms. Wincenc's own cadenzas that have been brilliantly honed by years of professional concertizing.