The "little" D-major Violin Concerto has no need to hide behind its "big sister", K. 218. Not only does it challenge the player’s technique, it’s a masterpiece of the first order. Henle’s edition stands out for the textual fidelity of its solo part and its easy-to-play but sonorous piano reduction. Since Henle published Mozart’s First Concerto (K. 207) in 2003, its catalogue covers all five of the violin concertos and all three of the single movements.