8 Variations on "Laat ons juichen", K.24 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)



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Editor Series XXI editors (exact editor not specified)
Otto Goldschmidt, Joseph Joachim, Carl Reinecke
Ernst Rudorff, Paul Waldersee
Publisher. Info. Mozarts Werke, Serie XXI:
Variationen für das Pianoforte, No.1
(pp.iii, 1-5)
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1878. Plate W.A.M. 24.
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Publisher. Info. Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, Serie IX, Werkgruppe 26,
Variationen für Klavier [NMA IX/26/ (pp.3-8)]
Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, 1961. Plate BA 4525.

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Work Title 8 Variations on "Laat ons juichen"
Alternative. Title Variations on an Allegretto ; Variationen über ein holländisches Lied von Christian Ernst Graaf
Name Translations Ocho variaciones sobre «Laat ons juichen, batavieren!»; Huit variations en sol majeur pour piano sur «Laat ons juichen, Batavieren!»; Otto Variazioni per pianoforte K 24; Acht Variationen in G über das holländische Lied "Laat ons Juichen, Batavieren!"
Name Aliases K 24; KV 24; Acht Variationen in G über das holländische Lied "Laat ons Juichen, Batavieren!" von Christian Ernst Graaf; 8 Variationen für Klavier über ein Allegretto; Acht Variationen für Klavier über ein holländisches Lied von Christian Ernst Graaf; Acht Variationen KV 24; Eight Variations in G major; Eight Variations K 24
Authorities WorldCat; VIAF: 177201966; GND: 300111762; BNF: 139772971
Composer Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. K.24 ; K.Anh.208
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IWM 611
Key G major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 9
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1766
First Publication. 1766 – Amsterdam: J. J. Hummel
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation piano
External Links Wikipedia article (Spanish)
NMA score
NMA report (German)
Extra Locations Also in collection Variations pour le Piano

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Based on the Dutch patriotic song Laat ons juichen by Christian Ernst Graf

Not entirely sure why this is also found in the Anhang yet given a very definite (January 9 1766?) date. A similar ... quiddity?... seems to come up with "probably spurious" works of Bach - in that latter case "probably composed by someone else who lived sometime around 1750-1780" and at the same time dated to "around 1710", which makes somehow-- hrm-- lots of sense. Yes. - Schissel