||Wolfgang Plath (1930–1995)
||Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, Serie IX, Werkgruppe 27,|
Band 2: Einzelstücke für Klavier [NMA IX/27/Band 2 (pp.60-62)]
Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, 1982. Plate BA 4584.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Orchestra (Tchaikovsky)
- See: Suite No.4, Op.61 (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr), 2nd movement
For Strings (Choe)
⇒ 5 more: Violins I • Violins II • Violas • Cellos • Basses
For Violin, Viola and Cello (Barack)
See also NMA X/30/4, p.276 (fragment).
Trio added? by Maximilian Stadler.
Received a (not necessarily 2nd, but early-not-first) publication in ca.1806 as part of "Œuvres de Mozart. / Cahier XVII. / contenant / 1 Sonate 2 Fantaisies 3 Airs variés / 1 Menuetto et 1 Allegretto varié / pour le Pianoforte / et / 4 Sonates / [p]our le Pianoforte avec accompagnement d'un Violon." (published by Breitkopf&Härtel, Leipsic (Leipzig). See RISM, above.)
Ernst Oster (Journal of Music Theory, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1966, p.50) suggested that the Minuet was completed by Stadler, suggesting b.33 as the point at which Stadler's contribution begins. The work's first publication (1801) carries the title "Menuetto avec Trio pour le Piano-Forte par W. A. Mozart, et M. Stadler", leaving it ambiguous as to what exactly Stadler's contribution was (other than labelling the Trio "da M. Stadler").