Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pieces for two pianos

About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Pieces for two pianos

The Sonata for two pianos K. 448 was written in 1781, for a private concert Mozart gave with his pupil Josephine von Aurnhammer at her family’s home in Vienna.
Aurnhammer also appeared with him in the Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, K. 365. Mozart wrote that she was “as fat as a peasant girl” although “she plays divinely…”
With the Fugue in C minor, K426, written in December 1783, Mozart was paying tribute to Johann Sebastian Bach who was at this time completely out of fashion. It contains the complete catalogue of theoretical device ranging from inversion to stretto.
Five years later Mozart arranged this music for string orchestra and prefaced it with an Adagio.

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Preview TitleKey Year Level
Fugue - for two pianos K. 426  in C Minor by Mozart piano sheet music AAB Fugue - for two pianos K. 4262 C Minor - 8+
Sonata - for two pianos K. 448  in D Major by Mozart piano sheet music AAC Sonata - for two pianos K. 4487 D Major - 8+