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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Austria Austria
(1756 - 1791)
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Deux Menuets du 18ème siècle

Two 18th century Minuets
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart



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Composer :Wolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756 - 1791)
Instrumentation :

Horn, Piano

Style :

Classical

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Wolfgang Amadeus MozartLewis, Alastair (1974 - )
Copyright :Copyright © 2012 Alastair Lewis
The duration of this duet for french horn and piano is around 4 minutes. The time signature is 3/4 and the tempo is Allegretto. The piece is in the key of F major, in the first minuet there is a modulation to the subdominant key of Bb major at bar 9. Stylistically the first minuet has lots of staccato, whereas the second minuet has more of a legato style. There is a pleasant arpeggiated accompaniment in the second minuet which begins at bar 43.

This is a free sheet music for french horn and piano duet.

From his earliest childhood Mozart's prodigious musical abilities were evident. By the age of 5 years he had already begun composing. He played the violin and keyboard and performed before European royal families. Mozart was employed as a court musician in Salzburg when he was 17 years of age, he was however not content with this position travelled abroad in search of better opportunities. He eventually settled in the capital of Austria, Vienna, where he achieved fame but little financial security. He composed many of his best known music whilst living in this city, music which included symphonies, concertos and operas. Joseph Haydn wrote of Mozart that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years."

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Added by alastair-lewis the 2012-03-08




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By Marion (visitor), at 00:00


This is just what I was looking for to practice with my son on his French Horn this summer! First chair, here we come! :) Thanks for the fun arrangement that he and I can play together!
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