Composed in late 1790, the Adagio and Allegro was entered by Mozart in his thematic catalogue in December as 'A piece for an organ in a clock.' It is presumed to be the one the works (together with K608, dated 3 March 1791) composed for Joseph Count Deym von Střítež's mausoleum in memory of Field Marshall Gideon Laudon.
For an interpretation of K594 as expressing ideas of souvenir and memory, click here.
- Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
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