Variations on a Theme of Mozart "Komm, lieber Mai"
Piano Duet, Viola, Viola and piano - Early Intermediate
Composed by Robert Debbaut. Classical Period, Neo-Classical, Etudes and Exercises, Repertoire, General Instructional. Score, Solo Part. 25 pages. Published by Robert Debbaut Music (S0.162775).
Item Number: S0.162775
An original composition written with the young violist in mind, Robert Debbaut's "Variations on a Theme of Mozart" are all playable in first position. Mozart's January 1791 song cycle "Sehnsucht nach dem Fruehling," K 596 (Sensations of Spring), was composed in a particularly bleak Viennese winter. "Komm, lieber Mai" (Come, dear May) was one of these three songs on poems by Christian Adolph Overbeck. Mozart loved this tune so much he later added it to the finale of his last piano concerto, No. 27 in B-flat, K. 595.
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