Concerto in G Major – after Clarinet Concerto in G (K622) by W.A. Mozart
Arranged for Flute and Piano by A.E. Muller
Edited and with Piano reduction by Christopher Hogwood
THIS IS NOT THE STANDARD Mozart Concerto in G Major (K313) for Flute and Piano
Toward the end of 1791 Mozart wrote his famous concerto for basset clarinet and orchestra, known today as the Clarinet Concerto, K.622. It appeared in print for the first time ten years later, when it was published simultaneously by Breitkopf Härtel, André and Sieber.
In the same year Breitkopf also published an arrangement for flute in G major by A. E. Müller, adding to the rich musical history of the early 19th century. This arrangement is now available for the first time in a modern critical edition. The editor Christopher Hogwood, an internationally renowned musicologist and expert in early music, has based his edition on the first of 1801.
The piano reduction takes into account the performance practice of the time.
– First modern edition
– Important and welcome addition to the flute repertoire
– Reliable edition by Christopher Hogwood