Mozart's Minuet in F in an arrangement for tenor saxophone and bass guitar in the original key of F. The bass guitar part is both conventionally notated and also has a TAB chart whilst the tenor saxophone part is appropriately transposed. Mozart's piece is of a simply structured binary form movement. The minuet is a dance of French origin in 3/4 time and in an expanded form became important in the Classical era by being incorporated into many symphonies. The K numbers associated with Mozart scores refers to the Köchel or catalogue numbers that describe the chronologically order of his compositions. This catalogue was created some fifty years after the composers death and K2 understandably is his second published work composed when he was 6.