Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Sonata in C major K. 330 for flute and guitar
Further evidence that Mozart's piano style is ideally suited to the implementation of the liaison "flute & guitar" over long distances. The range of the original requires only a few octaves, which are clearly marked in the score. Schäfer's furniture can lean close to the piano version in order to preserve the original sound as much as possible for the interpreters. Mozart thus remains Mozart, and the repertoire finds a sonorous, responsible expansion.