Rondo in B-flat for Violin and Orchestra (Mozart)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Rondo in B for Violin and Orchestra, K. 269/261a, likely was composed between 1775 and 1777 as a replacement finale for the K. 207.

Like the Adagio in E and Rondo in C, the Rondo in B was requested by Italian violinist Antonio Brunetti and Mozart composed the new finale for that work. It is not performed as such by modern orchestras, however, but presented as a separate work that is performed by itself.

The work is scored for solo violin, two oboes, two horns, and strings.

AnalysisEdit

The Rondo is marked Allegro and its time signature is 6
8
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