G. Henle URTEXT edition. Edited by Ullrich Scheideler. Fingering by Walther Lampe. Revised 2007 edition. The years 1786 and 1787 belonged to a happy period in Mozart's creative life. His journey to Prague with the acclaimed performances of "Figaro" was acomplete success, as was the premiere of his Prague Symphony there. During this period he did not compose a single sonata, but instead several smaller works, including the Rondos K.485, 494 & 511. The Rondo in Am, K.511 was presumably performed in publicby Mozart himself in his Viennese concerts; today it is one of his best loved and most frequently played works for piano.