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Mozart: Sonata K. 284 in D Major

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 284
Sonata K. 284  in D Major by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: D Major Year: 1775
Level: 7 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (908 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (3421 kB)

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xx Technique Help - Mozart Sonata in D - K.284
September 06, 2005, 03:29:33 AM by jayd

I 'm not sure that this is the right board to post these types of questions in!

I'm trying to play the first movement of Mozart Sonata in D - K.284 and am "stuck" on two areas, which are hit and miss if I play any faster than a snail's pace - I am sure this is due to poor technique rather than lack of practice - unfortunately I am not going to see my piano teacher for some time and it is driving me crazy! I hope someone can offer some advice about how to move my wrist, where on the keys to place my fingers, anything!

The first problem area is in bar 10 in the right hand. The second problem is in bar 40, in the right hand again. Both involve a dotted semiquaver followed by 2 demi-semi-quavers. Sometimes I play it right and sometimes (usually) I miss the first demi-semi or hit it too fast/too slow.

I hope someone can help because I've put hours and hours into this and I'm getting nowhere.  Angry Cry

xx Mozart kv 284, take 2
July 04, 2010, 08:13:07 AM by pianisten1989

This was a minor unofficial recital for like friends and parents.
I was a bit shaky in the start, so the tempo is a bit here and there...

Anyway, tell me what you think Smiley
And oh, If anyone has any advice about those freaking thirds, plz share them!

xx In the mood for a Mozart sonata...
January 11, 2011, 06:13:15 AM by kelly_kelly

...which one? I've worked on K. 332 and K. 457. I really like K. 284, K. 310, K. 533, and K. 576. My reservations about each are:

K. 284 is rather long with the Theme and Variations, and therefore harder to program.
K. 310 I think would be more difficult for me to interpret than the others... also fairly popular.
K. 533... Somehow I don't quite feel that the last movement is as wonderful as the other two, though the entire sonata is still worth playing.
K. 576 is very beautiful and concise, but very often played...


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