A very familiar piece composed by a very young Mozart. This beginner level format score has letter names of notes in the notehead and specified fingering to assist the young player. The minuet is a dance with three beats to the bar although when learnt it is best played with a one in a bar feel. This example is a simply structured binary form movement although when the form was later expanded it became important as one of the movements incorporated into the Classical symphony. 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.