Serenata in D Major by Leopold Mozart (1719-1787). For trumpet, trombone soli [0.2.0.0-220.127.116.11]-timpani-strings. Full score. Published by Edition Kunzelmann (PE.OCT10137-S).
for two oboes, two horns, two trumpets, timpani, and strings (full score) - This is a nine-movement work, the parts for only the first four of which may be indentified via this edition number (OCT10137-etc.); movements 4 and 5 are the same as L.M.'s Trumpet Concerto (OCT10138-etc.); movements 6, 7, and 8 are the same as in his Concerto for Trombone. This is to say that, should one wish to perform the entire Serenata in D, one must purchase the present full score and parts, the parts for OCT10137, and the parts for OCT10139.Johann Georg Leopold Mozart was born in Augsburg (Germany) on November 14th, 1719. He is best known as having been the father of Wolfgang Amadeus, in the development and furtherance of whose genius he willingly sacrificed his own career. However, along with the Cassation in G and Toy Symphony (once attributed to Haydn), the present concerto is one of his most famous works. Leopold Mozart died in Salzburg (Austria) on May 28th, 1787. May 28th, 1787.