It was written by Mozart perhaps in 1782 for piano and violin, but actually the violin part is not very "dominant"
, the violin is just written from bar 23 with some chords, then similar things as the piano in 25 and 26, one instrument line completing and answering to the other, and it ends in unisono. From bar 28 Stadler completed the piece.
But I was a little bit surprised that this piece is so unknown, because I have some recordings by Gieseking and Edwin Fischer at home...so it is good I sent it
Second part bar six: piano?
this is quite strange...in my Henle score there is nothing written: no piano and no legato. I hope we are looking at the same place...(bar 33 of the piece). I m sure it has to be strong here, also because are these piano-forte changes later. Sometimes we can not look in the editors head:
Thanks for the nice comments on my playing!