Mozart's "Finale" from Sonata No. 11, KV 331, also known as "Rondo alla Turca", is one of his most recognized works. This tuneful, lively work was composed in the late 1770s, and since then has been transcribed for many ensembles. Two objectives were in mind while transcribing the "Rondo alla Turca." One was to produce a relatively clean manuscript with a minimum of articulation and dynamic markings so as to allow interpretation by the performers. Such markings found here are provided only as suggestions. Secondly, rather than featuring just the solo soprano saxophone, the melodies were given to other parts as well.