Twelve Easy Duets, K.487 for violin and viola by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Edited by Waldo Lyman. Published by International
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was one of the most prominent composers of the Classical period and is often considered one of the greatest composers of Western art music. A noted child prodigy, he excelled in all genres. His music is revered for its beauty, clarity, balance, and transparency, underpinned by sophisticated craftsmanship.
Mozart originally wrote his 12 Easy Duets, K.487 for horn duet in 1786. Since then they have been cast in many arrangements, including this one for violin and viola. Their approachability and simple charm have made these duets popular for students. Includes two performing scores. Intermediate level, Grade 3.