The Church Sonata No. 1 in E-flat major, K. 67 (41h), is a sonata in one movement by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Alfred Einstein dated this work from 1767, but later investigations, particularly by Hans Dennerlein, conclude that it is highly unlikely to have been written before 9 August 1772 when Mozart was appointed Domkonzertmeister by the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg.
The work is written in 3/4 time with a tempo instruction of Andante or Andantino – the only slow sonata in the set of 17 Church Sonatas; it is 44 bars long. Like all the 17 sonatas of this set, it is scored for first and second violins, organ, and bass (cello, double bass, bassoon).
- ^ Neue Mozart-Ausgabe VI/16, 1957, p. vii
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