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Mozart Trios for Strings

These 14 sonatas, were originally composed for keyboard, with violin accompaniment, and are among the earliest works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. He began composing Sonata No. 1 when he was just 6 years old, and finished Sonata No. 14 when he was 10 years old.


Build a trio by selecting an A part, a B part, and a C part
in the clef that each musician prefers...

Violin (treble clef), Viola (viola clef), or Cello (bass clef)


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You may change the quantity of each item in your shopping cart to accomodate additional musicians.


Tunes in this Collection...
Sonata No. 1 for Piano and Violin, K. 6
Sonata No. 2 for Piano and Violin, K. 7
Sonata No. 3 for Piano and Violin, K. 8
Sonata No. 4 for Piano and Violin, K. 9
Sonata No. 5 for Piano and Violin, K. 10
Sonata No. 6 for Piano and Violin, K. 11
Sonata No. 7 for Piano and Violin, K. 12
Sonata No. 8 for Piano and Violin, K. 13
Sonata No. 9 for Piano and Violin, K. 14
Sonata No. 10 for Piano and Violin, K. 15
Sonata No. 11 for Piano and Violin, K. 26
Sonata No. 12 for Piano and Violin, K. 27
Sonata No. 13 for Piano and Violin, K. 28
Sonata No. 14 for Piano and Violin, K. 29

Reviews...

“Mozart’s first fourteen violin sonatas were written between the ages of six and ten. Deborah Greenblatt has cleverly arranged and printed them for various combinations of three-stringed-instrument groupings and even made sure that the page numbers for each trio correspond across all nine parts! All three parts are arranged for three groups of violins, violas and cellos each; a handy mix-and-match set for any teacher or groups of friends to play from. These arrangements of Mozart’s earliest compositional forays are appealing gig music and useful educational material.”
...Mary Nemet Stringendo, Journal of the Australian Strings Association Ltd., April 2017
used by permission of AUSTA National Journal Editor


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