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Mozart: Fantasy K. 475 in C Minor

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart :
Fantasy, K. 475
Fantasy K. 475  in C Minor by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: C Minor Published: 1785
Level: 7 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (692 kB)
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piano sheet music Piano score: Autograph manuscript (2211 kB)
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xx Mozart's fantasy in c minor and sonata 14?
January 19, 2004, 04:16:07 AM by CDS814

I recently acquired some sheet music (the afforementioned) and was wondering if these two pieces are meant to be played together, or if its just something that the publisher did to save money/space


xx Mozart's Fantasie and Sonata in c minor; always together or somtimes seperate?
August 11, 2005, 04:55:45 AM by arensky

I was talking with one of my former teachers about my next program, and he insisted that Mozart's Fantasy in c minor K.475 and Sonata in c minor K.457 always be performed together. I feel that they may be performed as individual works. What say y'all?


                ...it should flow like oil.   "Wolfie"


xx Rhythm in K475, Mozart
February 16, 2006, 05:25:38 PM by sissco

Hi,

Can someone help me with this part? :



and



it is on page four.....i really don't feel the rhythm there  Huh

Edit: Yeah triplet it is, in english.... Roll Eyes


xx Mozart c minor Fantasy Analysis
April 30, 2006, 06:52:22 PM by jam8086

I have a question about the harmonic analysis of Mozart's c minor Fantasy...

At measure 7, he is at "I" in D flat major, then in measure 8 he goes to viio7/vi, then in measure 9 he goes to ii6/4, then what does he do in measure 10? Is it just a sudden switch to B major? Or did I miss something?  Then what about the next few measures? It seems like he's just switching to a new key every measure until about measure 16.

I think the problem might be that in measure 9, since there was a viio7/vi in measure 8, it is actually in the key of B flat, and it is iv6/4, and then measure 10 is a neapolitan.

I'm very confused, and if I have confused you with what I said above, basically what I need is help analyzing measures 7-16 of Mozart's c minor Fantasy.

One more thing...from measures 17-18, is that a common tone modulation from B minor to G major?


xx Help with Mozart's Fanatasia in C Minor, K475: Piu Allegro
July 05, 2006, 02:08:00 AM by abstractentity

How do I get this section up to speed while not letting my hand get tired?  I've been working at for a week and a half and I still can't get it anywhere near the right speed.


xx Mozart Fantasia K475
October 12, 2006, 01:16:51 PM by wishful thinker

Quick question:  bar 26 and onwards is marked piano (p) with sforzando (sf) on the third beat.  Question: is every note sforzando until the next piano (p) mark or only the note on which it is marked sf?


xx Mozart. Fantasia in C Minor
December 01, 2006, 08:58:57 AM by vladimirdounin

 Recorded during my "concert consisting of your requests" at "Glenn Gould Studio" of CBC on October 20. 2006. I am the owner of this recording and do not contemplate any problem with the copy rights.

I am going to use this recording for educational purposes (see "school of playing beautifully" in my post "Fur Elise") to prove that music is just a  language, and the "words" of music are the same in any song of any style.
 
Vladimir Dounin


xx DUEL with imbetter: Mozart Fantasy c-minor KV 475
June 16, 2007, 08:22:25 AM by pianowolfi

This is my second duel. All in all I am more satisfied with this one than with the Rach prelude. I needed two takes, the last part from M. 130 (Piu allegro) has been recorded separately, I joined the two files. It's also not yet where I would want it to be but alas Tongue

Have fun! Smiley


xx W.A.Mozart - Piano Sonata in A Minor (K310)
December 11, 2010, 12:41:44 PM by entfremdung





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