Piano accompanimente of Mozart’s Laudate Dominum.
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes (Psalm 117) Andante, in F major, is a sacred choral composition, written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1780.
- Mozart departs from the structure of K. 321 in this movement. The earlier setting of Laudate Dominum is a highly melismatic soprano solo, with no choral interlude. In K. 339, the soprano solo is much simpler; the choir quietly enters at the conclusion of the psalm with the Gloria Patri, and the soloist rejoins them at the Amen.
- This movement is well-known outside the context of the larger work, and is often performed in isolation.