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Mozart: Sonata K. 283 in G Major

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 283
Sonata K. 283  in G Major by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: G Major Published: 1775
Level: 7 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (737 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (2142 kB)


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xx Best fingering for Mozart Sonata
October 27, 2004, 08:03:06 PM by Daniel_piano

Can please someone suggest me the best fingering for these chunks of the Mozart Sonata 283:
http://youngdonald.altervista.org/immagini/03.jpg
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I've some problems with matching the fingering I would like to use with the fingering already marked (that I'm required to follow unfortunately)

Thanks for your help
Daniel




xx Mozart Sonata K283
November 04, 2004, 03:33:47 AM by Daniel_piano

I was wondering if anyone could provide a guideline on how to practice Mozart Sonata K283 (1st and 3rd movement, 2nd movement is a piece of cake)
I'm sorry for taking advantage of your time in such a way, it's just that I found very usefull the various "bar by bar guidelines" for bach inventions, burgmuller studies, chopin waltz and beethoven sonata and I thought it would be interesting to see something similar for Mozart (since this sonata represents its sonata style well)
It's not easy for me to tell what sessions require notes as chords, outlining, dropping notes, different rhythm and repeated notes groups...

Thanks
Daniel


xx Abbreviations in Mozart Sonata K283
November 30, 2005, 09:34:34 PM by atticus

Hi all,

Can anyone tell me what the abbreviations "m.d." and "m.s." mean in Mozart's K283?  The abbrev.'s are in measure 30 and 31.

Thanks,
atticus


xx Mozart, Sonata k. 283, I
January 30, 2011, 09:32:43 PM by pianist1976

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xx Fingerings in Mozart K 283, I
June 07, 2011, 01:49:08 PM by pianos1

I'm working with G Schirmer's Mozart 19 sonatas edition, K 283.  Others have similar fingerings.

Having played K 545, with straightforward fingerings, I'm not following the logic of some of the fingerings in K 283.

All references to measure numbers assume that the pickup measure at the beginning is not counted, and measure 1 is the first complete measure.

I also assume the indicated tempo of 138/quarter note beat.

The following questions pertain to the right hand part.

In measure 2, last beat, why 4-2 for A-F# instead of 5-3?  With 5-3, the right hand would not have to travel as far.  The previous quarter rest covers the hand travel, but its still less efficient.

In measure 4, last beat, why 3-2 for G-F#?  Why not 4-3 or 5-4?  4-3 or 5-4 set up an easy five-finger-based pattern for the next measures.

In measure 5, first beat, why 3 for the F#, when 2 just played the same note at the end of the previous measure 4?

In measure 5, second beat, if 3 for F# and 2 for E, why 1 for the next E, which requires a hand shift?  Seems awkward if one plays the movement fast.  Same concept occurs in measure 6, first beat, with E-D.-D.

In measure 7, why alternate fingers on the Ds, which are slow quarter notes?

The following questions pertain to left-hand part.

In measure 7, 1-3 is indicated for the interval A-C.  What are good fingerings for the remaining two intervals plus the one in measure 8?

Every edition I've seen shows a curved line over all of measure 7 plus the first beat of measure 8.  Nonetheless, in every recording I've heard, these notes are played staccato.

Is the curved line a phrase mark or a slur mark?







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