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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Mozart Four, Hand Sonatos, Vol. I, Sonata In D, K.123a/381, Sonata In F, K.497 download mp3 album
Mozart Four, Hand Sonatos, Vol. I, Sonata In D, K.123a/381, Sonata In F, K.497
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. I, Sonata In D, . 23a/381, Sonata In F, . 97 release: Genre of this release: Classical music. Released at: This album was released on the label Nonesuch (catalog number N-78013). This album was released in 1982 year. US. Format of the release is.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart; 27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) is among the most significant and enduring popular composers of European classical music. His enormous output includes works that are widely acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music. Many of his works are part of the standard concert repertoire and are widely recognized as masterpieces of classical music. The central traits of the classical style can all be identified in Mozart's music.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 30 Nov 2000 · 122 tracks. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Harpsichord Suite I, No. 1 in A major, HWV 426: III. Courante. Georg Friedrich Händel. Cello Sonata in E minor, Op. 14 No. 5, RV 40: II. Allegro. 5, RV 40: I. Largo.

Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D major, . 81. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Original: Complete Score. Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D major, . Original: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. Translation: Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D major. Translation: Piano Solo sheet music.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus ( biography) ( sheet music). Born: January 27, 1756, December 5, 1791. Died: Salzburg, Vienna. The Artist: A child prodigy, Mozart wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and his first opera at 12. He went on to write some of the most important masterpieces of the Classical era, including symphonies, operas, string quartets and piano music. Composed: Info: Help & Info. Sonata for piano, 4 hands in D major, K. 381 (K. 123a). Although it is undated, the Sonata in D major for four hands at one piano was composed at some time during the middle of 1772, the year in which Mozart later returned to Italy with his father Leopold to supervise the opening of his new opera Lucio Silla, K. 135. Like two other early four-hand sonatas, K. 19d, composed in London in 1765, and K. 358 in B flat, which dates from 1773 or 1774, it was written for Mozart and his sister Nannerl to play.


Sonata In F Major, K.497 (27:18)
A1 I. Adagio - Allegro Di Molto
A1 II. Andante
B1 III. Allegro 7:34
Sonata In D Major, K.123a/381 (18:55)
B2 I. Allegro
B2 II. Andante
B2 III. Allegro Molto


  • Art Direction – Denise Minobe, Ron Coro
  • Edited By – Malcolm Bilson, Robert Levin
  • Engineer – John Newton
  • Fortepiano – Malcolm Bilson, Robert Levin
  • Mastered By – Jack Hunt


Sources: NEUE MOZART-AUSGABE, Ser.IX/24,Abt.2 (Bärenreiter, Kassel, West Germany); Mozart, Werke für Klavier Zu Vier Handen (G.Henle, München-Duisburg, West Germany). Facsimiles of the autographs and variants from the first editions were also consulted and used for certain passages.
The fortepiano used in this recording is based on the Anton Walter instrument of ca. 1780, which was Mozart's concert instrument. The original is in the Mozart Geburtshaus in Salzburg; the replica was built in 1977 by Philip Belt. It is a typical five-octave Viennese piano of the late 18th century, with knee-levers for raising the dampers and a hand-stop to operate the "moderator" (a thin piece of cloth brought between hammers and strings to create a special soft effect). Pitch is A-430; tuning is well-tempered, but not equal-tempered.
  • Cozius
The fortepiano sounds strangely muted to my ear, and this is accentuated by the micing distance, which I think was selected for a chamber-music ambience? My brain screams that's really a piano and my system went non-linear and dropped the highs. But I'm sure this is fascinating to a musicologist or someone interested in extinct sounds, Mozart, etc.