|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart KV1 67, KV6 41h|
Sonata for Organ & Strings "Church" Eb+ KV67Sonata 1767. Time: 2'15.
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Alfred Einstein dated this work from 1767, but later investigations, particularly by Hans Dennerlein, conclude that it is highly unlikely to have been written before 9 August 1772 when Mozart was appointed Domkonzertmeister by the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg.
The work is written in 3/4 time with a tempo instruction of Andante or Andantino – the only slow sonata in the set of 17 Church Sonatas; it is 44 bars long. Like all the 17 sonatas of this set, it is scored for first and second violins, organ, and bass (cello, double bass, bassoon).
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