Karl Heinz Schütz (Flute) and Tamás Varga (Cello), in conjunction with the music educator Hanne Muthspiel-Payer, prepared school classes for their visit to a rehearsal of Mozart's Flute Concerto in G major. Two objectives were followed with this project: the students were to learn to understand the process of sound production on a flute and to comprehend the musical form of a Rondo.
Each class experimented with making sounds on empty bottles that changed according to the amount of water in the bottles. After that, the "Rondo alla Turca" from the Piano Sonata No. 11 was compared with the Rondo-Allegretto from the 3rd movement of the flute concerto. After some practice together, the theme was played in an arrangement for the class alternating with the soloists. Thus, each student learned what a Rondo is and was able to recognize it when listening to the orchestral rehearsal.