Around 1786, Mozart began work on a new horn concerto in E major, presumably for his friend Joseph Leutgeb. After 91 bars of orchestral exposition and a brief entrance of the horn solo, he abandoned the work, leaving us what is now cataloged as K. 494a. Some have suggested this might have been Mozart's greatest concerto had he finished it, as the orchestral flourish introduces a grandiose construction of melody and counterpoint, unlike any of Mozart's other horn concertos. This reconstruction and completion, done by Anders Muskens in 2015, builds on the fragment and adds new themes in order to realize an entire movement.

The IHS Online Music Sales is happy to offer two editions of this: one for horn and piano reduction, and the other for horn and full orchestra.

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