Mozart's well-known concerto for flute & harp is a beautiful and masterfully written combination of two instruments that require extreme delicacy in combination and against an orchestral backdrop. Mozart composed it in Paris for a French Count and his daughter - and it has a distinctly French style - with a magically interwoven fabric of sound which utilizes both instruments to their fullest. It was the only time Mozart would write for the harp. C'est magnifique! This deluxe 3CD set includes a slow-tempo practice version of the minus harp accompaniment to help you get up to speed.
Concerto for Flute & Harp in C major, KV299 (KV297c)
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