Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sonatas for four hands

About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Sonatas for four hands

Mozart’s early sonatas for piano four hands were written during the early 1770s to be performed by the composer himself and his sister Nannerl, who was considered as accomplished a performer as her brother – there is a famous portrait showing the two seated at the same piano.
After Mozart left Salzburg for Vienna his production of duo sonatas stopped, as he didn’t have his sister at hand.
However, in 1786-1787 he wrote another two, K. 497 & K. 521. The tender modesty and charm of his youthful music is replaced here by a mature and brilliant elegance.

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Preview TitleKey Year Level
Sonata - for four hands K. 357  in G Major by Mozart piano sheet music AAB Sonata - for four hands K. 35723 G Major - 8+
Sonata - for four hands K. 358  in B-flat Major by Mozart piano sheet music AAC Sonata - for four hands K. 35833 B-flat Major - 8+
Sonata - for four hands K. 381  in D Major by Mozart piano sheet music AAD Sonata - for four hands K. 3817 D Major - 8+
Sonata - for four hands K. 497  in F Major by Mozart piano sheet music AAE Sonata - for four hands K. 49717 F Major - 8+
Sonata - for four hands K. 521  in C Major by Mozart piano sheet music AAF Sonata - for four hands K. 5211 C Major - 8+