Mozart Sonata in B Flat Major KV454 for Flute and Piano


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Mozart Sonata in B Flat Major KV454 for Flute and Piano

Mozart Sonata in B Flat Major KV454 for Flute and Piano

Arranged for flute and piano from the violin sonata KV454


This sonata No. 32 was originally composed for violin and known as the “Kegelstatt Sonata,”. Sonata in B Flat Major showcases Mozart’s exceptional skill in composing for the violin and piano. With its expressive melodies, intricate harmonies, and dynamic interplay between the two instruments, the sonata captivates listeners with its beauty and emotional depth. Composed in 1779, this sonata is a testament to Mozart’s prodigious talent.

This piece has been expertly arranged for flute and piano.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozart was born in Salzburg in 1756 and was a hugely influential composer of the Classical era. He began composing music at the aged of 5 and was a child prodigy. He was also extremely competent on the keyboard and violin.  Mozart composed over 600 works including symphonies, chamber works, operas, and keyboard works amongst a huge array of other works.

Mozart composed works for flute including a concerto for flute and harp, concerti in G Major and D Major, Andante in C and flute & string quartets.

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