Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) was an Austrian composer. His Oboe/Flute Concerto K. 314 in C or D major was composed in Salzburg in 1777 or Mannheim in 1778. As might be guessed, there is no definitive version of this delightful concerto. It is probably the concerto written for the Salzburg oboist Ferlendis, referred to in a letter and subsequently lost. It then re-appeared, so the theory goes, adapted for flute to suit a commission from a patron in Mannheim.
This recording is performed by Les soloists de Bordeaux-Aquitaine & Jean-Louis Capezzali, oboe.
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