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Mozart: Sonata K. 282 in E-flat Major

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 282
Sonata K. 282  in E-flat Major by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: E-flat Major Year: 1775
Level: 7 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (642 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (1279 kB)

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xx wow! Mozart
September 27, 2007, 02:03:20 AM by ryan2189

I was blown away today while covering the Eb Major Sonata K.282. I just started lessons with a new instructor and we covered so many aspects of phrasing, voicing and the control of weight, distance, and speed in a person's physical piano playing. I am very excited but also very nervous about what is going to happen in the future. Mozart was described by my teacher as being simple to a non-observer, but really musically sophistocated. Now I know what he is talking about. Does anyone have anything to add to this? I think it wil help me greatly in understanding this topic even more.

xx Re: what should i play
September 30, 2006, 04:48:52 PM by gonzalo


i'm new here in this forum. I thing it's a great forum where you can learn very much.
I'm from holland so sorry if the english is not always correct.

But i'm playing things as pathetique 3t movement. Some of mozarts sonata's such as
k331 en k279 k 280. And i don't know what to play now. I love sonatas of beethoven. But i know that waldstein or appassionata is to difficult.

i'm curious what you guys are playing and what you liked the most.

A mozart sonata you can try is K 282, and a Beethoven sonata you can give a go to is Op.79, or op.2 nº1

Take care,

xx Yet another Mozart K282:-), first and second movements
May 31, 2006, 01:44:25 AM by daniloperusina

I liked Riga's and Ariel's versions, and got inspired to post my own interpretation as a sort of third alternative!:-)
Any comments appreciated!

My idea is that it should be quite slow - it's adagio, rarely used by Mozart - and rather "serious" from a juvenile perspective; he was 17 at the time, wasn't he?

Also, as Riga points out somewhere, I think an "operatic" approach is very useful as a way to make the phrases come alive, but not sure if I succed very well with that.

xx VIDEO: More of Mozart K282 (including parts 2&3)
May 30, 2006, 07:45:47 AM by arielpiano

Here is another version of the first movement of K282. I played this sonata at a concert last Friday.
Very bad filming (please close your eyes) but very good piano.

xx mozart k282, 1st movement
May 28, 2006, 06:12:10 AM by riga

Hi all,

I just recorded mozart k282, 1st movement.
Any comments are welcome   Smiley

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