Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) is thought to be one of the greatest composers of Western music. He wrote prolifically in his short life for all genres - choral operas and oratorios, chamber works for many diverse ensembles, and symphonic works and concertos for many instruments. Mozart was composing by the time he was 5, and was also a talented violinist and pianist. This piece was written around 1783 and was originally composed for 2 oboes and english horn. This trio for violin, viola and cello is tuneful and rewarding to play, and accessible to strong intermediate students, amateurs and professionals. This purchase is for the all movements of the Divertimento.