Carl Czerny's Rondino on a Theme of Auber for Piano Quintet, Op. 127 (French: Rondino sur un thême favori de l’opera Le maçon d’Auber. Pour le pianoforte avec accomp. de deux violons, alto et violoncelle, oeuv. 127) was published by Diabelli around 1826. Scored for a standard piano quintet (Piano, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello), the composition is what the composer would have dubbed a "brilliant" piece, intended to show off the skills of the piano soloist in a concert setting.
Rondino for Piano Quintet (Czerny) Wikipedia
The composition consists of a single multi-tempo movement divided into two sections, the F major Introduction (Marked: Andante) and the A major Rondino (Marked: Allegretto grazioso - Allegro vivace).