Mozart – Concerto No. 4 – Mutter, Violin

Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K. 218, was composed in 1775 in Salzburg. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart seemed to have originally composed it for himself to play, but after leaving the Salzburg Court Orchestra, he changed and updated the concerto for the successor of his position in his orchestra, Antonio Brunetti, to play. It is debatable whether the concerto was above Mozart’s level of mastery or if he purposely made the concerto difficult for Brunetti on account of his greater ability. – Anne-Sophie Mutter WikipediaAnne-Sophie Mutter Website

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