Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K313 (285c) (Flute and Piano)
Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K313 (285c) (Flute and Piano) By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Edited by and cadenzas written by Henrik Wiese, Piano Reduction by Jan Philip Schulze, Published By Breitkopf and Hartel.
Includes flute part, separately bound cadenzas and piano score, Urtext Edition.
When and where did Mozart write his Flute Concerto, and for whom? Was it in 1777 or 1778? In Salzburg or in Mannheim? And how much did Ferdinand Dejean actually pay for it: 96 gulden or the promised 200 gulden? Henrik Wiese sheds new light into the confusion wrought by Mozart himself. Wiese, solo flutist of the Bavarian State Orchestra, has made an outstanding name for himself as soloist and editor, and is viewed in professional circles as one of the best specialists of Mozart’s wind works. He has focused on the work’s genesis, but especially on the music text, having consulted all known scribal copies of the work and all available copies of the first edition.
The version for flute and piano also contains a facsimile of the solo part from the first edition as well as cadenzas which stem from the earliest hand-written sources or which were composed by the editor in Mozart’s style.