Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622, in 1791This is one of the most renowned and delightful of all clarinet concertos. The work was composed in a similar year Mozart died; it was one of Mozart’s last instrumental compositions. Mozart has been hailed ‘music’s greatest genius’ by many students. All advantageous things said about Mozart, it was in the sector of opera that he excelled essentially the most. Mozart’s operas and Shakespeare plays are two of most cherished things in Western Civilization/Culture. However, many have stated that the slow events of Mozart concertos this concerto or differently sound like arias songs from an opera, and the slow move of this work is no exception to that rule some people like this, some not. The work is in three routine marked: I Allegro, II Adagio, III Rondo. The second circulate of this work is terribly attractive and, it became widely wide-spread when it was used in the soundtrack of the movie “Out of Africa”; moreover, a synthesizer rendition electronic music of the work’s slow circulate was more infamously used in the cult film “American Gigolo” which stars Richard Gere and Lauren Hutton. Weber Clarinet Concerto No. 2 in E flat major, Op.