W.A. Mozart was a prolific composer of the Classical Era with over 600 surviving works. The “Alleluia” is the fourth movement from a larger work, Exsultate, jubilate. The work, while religious in subject is rarely performed in a liturgical setting, the “Alleluia” being most often performed.
Performance Notes -- These recordings were made on baroque-style instruments. Aim for a slight stress on the first note of a slur-two figure. Keep the staccato articulations light and never “pecky.”