What is incontestable is that these works show another aspect of his music which leads to a more complete picture of the genius and although even the greatest admirer would have to admit that whilst everything is not in Mozart’s highest class, there are movements which are uniquely sublime – one such is the Adagio in the Serenade for thirteen wind instruments. Indeed Peter Shaffer in his play and film Amadeus chooses this movement to give Salieri his first shattering experience of what glorious music his rival was capable of composing.
The Consortium Classicum, founded by Dieter Klöcker, recorded these works over a period of twelve years which is a similar number of years during which Mozart committed these works to manuscript.
Serenade (Sextet) for 2 Clarinets, 2 Horns, 2 Bassoons and Double Bass in B flat major
Theme and Variations on 'Unser dummer Pöbel' for 2 Clarinets, 2 Horns, 2 Bassoons and Double Bass in F major
Parthia KAnh C17.08
Serenade K370a "Gran Partita"
Wind Divertimento in B flat KAnh.227
Wind Divertimento in E flat KAhh.226
Divertimento No. 7 in B flat, K.deest
Duos (12) for 2 basset horns in C major, K487
Adagio in F major, K410
Adagio in B flat major, K411
Divertimento No. 6 in B flat, K.deest
Divertimento No. 1
Divertimento No. 2
Divertimento No. 3
Divertimento No. 4
Divertimento No. 5
Cassation for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon
Divertimento No. 16 In E Flat Major K289 For 2 Oboes, 2 Horns & 2 Bassoons
Divertimento in F, K253
Divertimento in B flat, K186
Divertimento in E flat, K166
Divertimento in B flat, K270
Divertimento in E flat, K252
Divertimento in B flat, K240
Divertimento in F major, K213
Serenade No. 12 in C minor, K388
Serenade No. 11 in E flat major, K375
Serenade No. 10 in B flat major, K361 'Gran Partita'