Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Rondo in B for Violin and Orchestra, K. 269/261a, likely was composed between 1775 and 1777 as a replacement finale for the Violin Concerto No. 1, K. 207.

Like the Adagio in E and Rondo in C, the Rondo in B was requested by Italian violinist Antonio Brunetti and Mozart composed the new finale for that work. It is not performed as such by modern orchestras, however, but presented as a separate work that is performed by itself.

The work is scored for solo violin, two oboes, two horns, and strings.


The Rondo is marked Allegro and its time signature is 6

\relative c'' {
  \key bes \major
  \time 6/8
  \tempo "Allegro"
  \partial 8 f8 | f(g) es-! d4 d8 | d(es) c-! bes4 a8 | bes(d) a-! bes(d) c-! | d(f) e-! f4