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Little Night Music, K.525 • Complete Movements

Classical/Chamber music • 1787 • Alternative Title: Serenade No.13 (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)
 
 
   
 

Full score

Title by uploader: Little Night Music, K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 1.13 Mb ID: SM-000024469 Upload date: 20 May 2010
Instrumentation
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass
Scored for
String orchestra
Type of score
Full score
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Breitkopf und Härtel
Difficulty
Advanced
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Full score, parts

Title by uploader: Little Night Music in G Major, K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 2.60 Mb ID: SM-000038486 Upload date: 29 Sep 2010
Instrumentation
Violin, Viola, Cello
Scored for
Quartet
Type of score
Full score, Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Difficulty
Advanced
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Parts

Title by uploader: Serenade No.13 (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik), K.525


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Uploader Library
PDF, 1.69 Mb ID: SM-000002444 Upload date: 02 Apr 2007
Instrumentation
Violin, Viola, Cello
Scored for
Quartet
Type of score
Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Library
Difficulty
Advanced
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For piano

Title by uploader: Little Night Music in G Major, for Piano, K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 1.44 Mb ID: SM-000038487 Upload date: 29 Sep 2010
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
Piano score
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Difficulty
Advanced
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
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For piano

Title by uploader: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (for piano solo)


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PDF, 1.06 Mb ID: SM-000085311 Upload date: 30 Dec 2011
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
For a single performer
Arranger
Otto Singer
Difficulty
Medium
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
Arrangement for piano of the Mozart's work "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik".


If you have any question don't hesitate to contact us at olcbarcelonamusic@gmail.com.
You can also read the Frequent Asked Questions here: http://olcbarcelonamusic.load.cd/contact.html
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For piano

Title by uploader: Little Night Music, for Piano, K.525


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Uploader PlaceArt
PDF, 1.07 Mb ID: SM-000052977 Upload date: 12 Jan 2011
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
For a single performer
Key
G major
Arranger
Otto Singer
Publisher
C.F. Peters
Difficulty
Medium
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
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For piano

Title by uploader: Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K.525


3.80 USD

PDF, 1.16 Mb ID: SM-000171581 Upload date: 30 Sep 2012
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
Piano score
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Arranger
Otto Singer
Difficulty
Advanced
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For piano four hands

Title by uploader: W. A. Mozart - Serenade 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik' for piano 4 hands - complete score, KV.525

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14.95 USD

Seller Peter Petrof
PDF, 1.06 Mb ID: SM-000239515 Upload date: 07 Feb 2016
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
1 piano, 4 hands
Type of score
Full score, First part, Second part
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Arranger
Peter Petrof
Publisher
Peter Petrof
Difficulty
Medium
Duration
17'0
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For piano four hands

Title by uploader: Little Night Music, for Piano Four Hands, K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 1.63 Mb ID: SM-000052978 Upload date: 12 Jan 2011
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
1 piano, 4 hands
Type of score
First part, Second part
Key
G major
Arranger
Otto Singer
Publisher
C.F. Peters
Difficulty
Medium
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
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For piano

Title by uploader: Маленькая ночная серенада


2.00 USD

Seller Cantor
PDF, 1.14 Mb ID: SM-000382786 Upload date: 23 Mar 2020
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
Piano score
Genre
Classical/Instrumental
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For piano, tbpt22

Title by uploader: Eine kleine Nachtmusik - piano transcription, KV 525 tbpt22


Free

Uploader travelsbypiano
ZIP, 23.11 Mb ID: SM-000170325 Upload date: 04 Sep 2012
Instrumentation
Piano
Scored for
Solo
Type of score
For a single performer
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Arranger
travelsbypiano
Publisher
travelsbypiano
Difficulty
Difficult
Year of composition
2009
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
original complete piano transcription (two hands) of W. A. Mozart's Serenade in G "Eine kleine Nachtmusik" KV.525 [**includes full backing track**]
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For brass sextet

Title by uploader: Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Complete) - Brass Sextet

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30.00 USD

Seller Mike Lyons
PDF, 3.64 Mb ID: SM-000314990 Upload date: 14 Dec 2017
Instrumentation
Trombone tenor, Baritone horn, Alto horn, Cornet, Euphonium, Horn, Trumpet, Tuba, Tenorhorn, Bass Tuba
Scored for
Sextet
Type of score
Full score, Parts
Key
C major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Arranger
Mike Lyons
Publisher
Mike Lyons
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
16'43
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
This is the complete set of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, in one pdf, for brass sextet.

Parts supplied:


Cornet 1
Cornet 2
Horn in Eb/F
Trombone (Bass/Treble)
Euphonium (Bass/Treble)
Tuba/Eb Bass (Bass/Treble)
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For recorder quartet

Title by uploader: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Recorder Quartet


24.99 USD

PDF, 2.53 Mb ID: SM-000380675 Upload date: 04 Feb 2020
Instrumentation
Tenor Recorder, Soprano Recorder, Alto Recorder, Bass Recorder
Scored for
Quartet
Type of score
Full score, Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Arranger
Darrell Goforth
Publisher
Darrell Goforth
Difficulty
Difficult
Duration
17'0
The original string quartet is arranged for 4 recorders (SATB). The limited range of the recorder has lead to some interesting voicing. This little piece is always a delight to hear and very enjoyable to play.
I have included all the original repeats and leave it up to the performers to choose which ones to observe.
Any questions or comments are always welcome at dgoforth2@comcast.net
Please visit my YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/user/dgoforth2 and
"Like" my Facebook page at: : https://www.facebook.com/goforthmusic
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For string orchestra (string quartet) - score and parts

Title by uploader: W. A. Mozart - Serenade 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik' - String Orchestra (String Quartet) - score and parts, KV 525

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14.95 USD

Seller Peter Petrof
PDF, 1.88 Mb ID: SM-000376597 Upload date: 04 Dec 2019
Instrumentation
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass
Scored for
Quartet, String orchestra
Type of score
Full score, Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Peter Petrof
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
20'0
Genre
Classical/Instrumental
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Violin II part

Title by uploader: Little Night Music (Violin II), K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 418.5 Kb ID: SM-000024471 Upload date: 20 May 2010
Instrumentation
Violin
Scored for
String orchestra
Type of score
Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
C.F. Peters
Difficulty
Advanced
  • Comments

Violin I part

Title by uploader: Little Night Music (Violin I), K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 470.8 Kb ID: SM-000024470 Upload date: 20 May 2010
Instrumentation
Violin
Scored for
String orchestra
Type of score
Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
C.F. Peters
Difficulty
Advanced
  • Comments

Viola part

Title by uploader: Little Night Music (Viola Part), K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 380.8 Kb ID: SM-000024472 Upload date: 20 May 2010
Instrumentation
Viola
Scored for
String orchestra
Type of score
Parts
Key
G major
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
C.F. Peters
Difficulty
Advanced
  • Comments

Cello or double bass part

Title by uploader: Little Night Music (Cello or Double Bass Part), K.525


1.45 USD

Seller PlaceArt
PDF, 355.9 Kb ID: SM-000024473 Upload date: 20 May 2010
Instrumentation
Cello, Double bass
Scored for
String orchestra
Type of score
Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
C.F. Peters
Difficulty
Advanced
  • Comments

For Alto Sax & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Alto Sax and Piano, K.525

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22.95 USD

Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.88 Mb ID: SM-000508643 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Alto Saxophone
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
INSTRUMENTS
Alto Sax & Piano
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Bass Clarinet & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Bass Clarinet and Piano, K.525

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22.95 USD

Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.89 Mb ID: SM-000508644 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Bass Clarinet
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Baritone Horn & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Baritone Horn and Piano, K.525

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22.95 USD

Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.89 Mb ID: SM-000508645 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Baritone horn
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Bassoon & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Bassoon and Piano, K.525

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22.95 USD

Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.87 Mb ID: SM-000508646 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Bassoon
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Clarinet & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Clarinet and Piano, K.525

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22.95 USD

Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.89 Mb ID: SM-000508647 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Clarinet
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
  • Comments

For English Horn & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for English Horn and Piano, K.525

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22.95 USD

Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.88 Mb ID: SM-000508648 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Cor anglais
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Flute & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Flute and Piano, K.525

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Instrumentation
Piano, Flute
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Oboe & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Oboe and Piano, K.525

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Seller James Guthrie
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Instrumentation
Piano, Oboe
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Oboe d'Amore & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Oboe d'Amore and Piano, K.525

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Instrumentation
Piano, Oboe d'amore
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Piccolo & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Piccolo and Piano, K.525

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Seller James Guthrie
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Instrumentation
Piano, Flute piccolo
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Trumpet & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Trumpet and Piano, K.525

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Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.89 Mb ID: SM-000508654 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Trumpet
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Trombone & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Trombone and Piano, K.525

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Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.87 Mb ID: SM-000508655 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Trombone
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Cello & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Cello and Piano, K.525

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Seller James Guthrie
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Instrumentation
Piano, Cello
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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For Violin & Piano

Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Violin and Piano, K.525

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Seller James Guthrie
PDF, 1.89 Mb ID: SM-000508657 Upload date: 27 Jun 2020
Instrumentation
Piano, Violin
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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Title by uploader: Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik for Viola and Piano, K.525

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Instrumentation
Piano, Viola
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Parts
Movement(s)
1 to 4 from 4
Publisher
Jmsgu3 Publications
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
17'40
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
DESCRIPTION
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, or A Little Serenade) Serenade No. 13, k. 525 (1787) in 4 mvt.
Score: 42 pg. 423 ms. Duration: 17:40
Solo part: 10 pg. Piano part: 13 pg.
1. Allegro (1 - 137) half note = 80
2. Romanze - Andante (138 - 218) quarter note = 60
3. Menuetto - Allegretto (219 - 258) dotted half note = 48
4. Rondo - Allegro (259 - 423) half note = 90

This is thought to be the most popular of Mozart's works.
For a shorter performance the first or second movements may be programmed alone, Also, some repeats may be omitted.
This is a great choice for recitals, church receptions, wedding receptions, school performance, private parties, anytime light-hearted high-quality classical music would set the right mood.

Eine kleine Nachtmusik is also at the same time known as Serenade No. 13. Indeed, we find it listed in the Köchel Catalog as K. 525. With this in mind, Mozart composed the piece by all means in 1787 probably as a commission. To clarify, the title translates as a little night-music. Mozart originally scored the work in particular for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with double bass (optional). In modern times the work is certainly usually performed by string orchestras, though it is often in fact performed by a string quartet – with or without double bass.

Publication
A point often overlooked is that the name of the work derives from the entry Mozart made in his private journal. He wrote: "Eine kleine Nacht-Musik." This explains that Mozart was probably not naming the piece, but only entering a record that he had completed it. Nevertheless, the work was published by and large in 1827. It had been sold to the publisher for the most part in 1799 by Mozart's widow Constanze. Nowadays, it is on balance extensively performed and recorded. Some critics ultimately claim that it is the most popular of all Mozart's works.

Early Years
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), was a productive and significant Austrian classical composer. Mozart displayed unusual musical capability from his earliest childhood. It seems like he was already capable on keyboard and violin at the age of two. He started composing at age five and performed before European royalty.

Middle Period
At 17, Mozart was working as a musician at the Salzburg Royal court but grew agitated from boredom and traveled to search for a more interesting job. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was summarily dismissed from his Salzburg job. Nevertheless, he decided to stay in the capital (Vienna), where he achieved much fame but little economic haven. Throughout his concluding years in the Capital, he composed many of his most famous works: symphonies, operas, and concertos.

Final Period
The conditions surrounding his death have been much the subject of much conjecture and mythology. He composed more than 600 works, many recognized as highpoints of symphonic, chamber, concertante, choral and operatic. He is among the most everlastingly popular of classical composers, and his impact is substantial on succeeding Western art music.

COMPOSER
Mozart
ARRANGER
James M. Guthrie, ASCAP
PUBLISHER
Jmsgu3 Publications
FORMAT
Score, Set of Parts
GENRES
Classical Period, Repertoire, Anniversary, Wedding, Recital
LEVEL
Advanced Intermediate
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comments Stella Powell 05 Dec 2011 13:29

Well, who hasn’t heard Mozart’s Little Night Music at least once in their life! I keep wondering how big its power is that through centuries keen musicians like me keep wanting to go through it again and again. Though it is not known who or what inspired the master for composing this work, from my point of view it adds a lot to the unsolved story that precedes the work. I’d highly recommend trying that with four hands.

 
 
   
   
 
 
   
 
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