Rondo in A minor K511
The years 1786 and 1787 belonged to a happy period in Mozart's creative life. His journey to Prague with the acclaimed performances of “Figaro” was a complete success, as was the première of his “Prague Symphony” there. During this period he did not compose a single sonata, but instead several smaller works, including the Rondos K. 485, 494 and 511. The Rondo in a minor K. 511 was presumably performed in public by Mozart himself in his Viennese concerts; today it is one of his best loved and most frequently played works for piano. Our single edition uses the musical text from the revised Edition “Piano Pieces” (HN 22).