Two objectives were in mind while transcribing the "Finale." One was to produce a relatively clean manuscript with a minimum of articulation and dynamic markings so as to allow interpretation by the performers. The articulation markings placed at the beginning of the work are provided only as suggestions. Secondly, the melodies were divided among all parts, rather than a solo featuring just the soprano saxophone. The "Finale", a molto allegro in rondo form, should sparkle with cheerful charm and wit. Saxophonists should strive for the lightness and grace so prevalent in much of Mozart's timeless music.