Often lauded as the greatest figure in Western music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was an Austrian composer of the Classical era. Though his life was short, Mozart composed an impressive amount of works in his 35 years. As a child prodigy, Mozart excelled in both playing and composing music. In his compositional career, Mozart wrote music across all genres of music, from operas such as “Don Giovanni” to sacred works such as his famous “Requiem", which he never finished. He is also incredibly well known for his concertos for various instruments. The Flute Concerto No. 2 in D Major, K. 314 was actually an oboe concerto originally. The oboe version in C Major was written in 1777. A year later, in 1778, is when Mozart decided to rework it so that it could also be a concerto for flute. This is a 3 movement concerto, those movements are--1. Allegro aperto, 2. Adagio non troppo, 3. Rondo.