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Mozart: Sonata K. 310 in A Minor

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 310
Sonata K. 310  in A Minor by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: A Minor Year: 1778
Level: 8 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (794 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (2855 kB)

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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...


xx Mozart Sonata K. 310 in A minor
January 07, 2011, 12:13:57 AM by storyseller

Though most of the time I tend to prefer clasic over romantic composers I tend to avoid performing them in public... I would say I find any mozart sonata more intimidating than most "million-notes-per-beat" romantic or modern virtuosso pieces.

Ah, I think this went rather well so I thought I should post it.

As always, coments and critique are always welcome.

Hope you enjoy

xx W.A.Mozart - Piano Sonata in A Minor (K310)
December 11, 2010, 12:41:44 PM by entfremdung

xx Left hand semiquavers in Mozart K310
December 09, 2010, 06:09:16 PM by porcupine

I'm playing Mozart's A minor sonata K310 (first movement), and it's not going too badly, except for the left hand stream of semiquavers (last 5 bars of the exposition and similar passages). I've practised them loads but cannot seem to get them even, and my left hand is always too stiff. I can manage it at a slow tempo but as soon as I try it at speed they just seize up and sound terrible! Any suggestions as to how I might solve this problem?

xx [video] Mozart Sonata K310 a-minor, complete
February 25, 2010, 02:05:31 AM by daniloperusina

Well, someone asked for the second movement, and also that the movements should be in the same thread for convenience.
So, here's the whole sonata! First and last mvt:s already posted before.
Sound-quality is about the worst ever, sorry about that!
Some slips of the mind near the end of the second mvt..
Anyway, hope there's something to enjoy!
And please comment likes and dislikes if you will!

I. Allegro maestoso

II. Andante cantabile con espressione

III. Presto

xx [video] Mozart sonata in a minor, 3rd mvt
February 21, 2010, 05:38:25 AM by daniloperusina

Here's the last movement, some mistakes, and by accident I did one repeat too many in the major section, which I didn't realize until watching it now, oops!:)
The camera is swaying a bit for a minute or so, but it calms down..

xx [video] Mozart sonata in a-minor, mvt 1
February 21, 2010, 04:42:02 AM by daniloperusina

Sound-quality is about as primitive as it can get, and totally without dynamics:), and picture is not really excellent, but I thought I'd try posting a video... any likes/dislikes? Thanks!

xx Mozart A minor sonata K310
January 28, 2010, 12:06:52 PM by slow_concert_pianist

Before any of you listen it is important to say the following:

1) I am an amateur pianist

2) my recordings sound like "wax discs" - prinicipally because:

  • I play an out of tune Kawai upright
  • They are made in my lounge room with a 15$ mic using free audacity software

3) in line with point 2 there is extreme distortion with extreme volume

Now we've got that out of the way, I feel a few may be enchanted by sections of my playing (and a few others may be disgusted Grin)

The 1st movement is rather poor by my standards. It has been over a year between reads of the 2nd movement and around 2 years since I played the 3rd. The recording is a 2nd read of the 2nd movement, but a 1st read of the 3rd. There is no editing (surprise Shocked) so at any point I stuff up I have to start from the beginning. One final thing. This is a read from an extremely dog eared score. Page turning is a problem - excuse the pauses and errors around the page turns.

No one is more critical of my own playing than me, so I can take any comments EXCEPT about the recording quality. Do not bore me with that!!!! Roll Eyes

Movt 1


Movt 2


Movt 3


Enjoy as much as you can  Smiley

xx Mozart K. 310 or K. 311?
February 06, 2009, 04:44:45 PM by point of grace

im studying both, but i want your opinions about which one is the most technically difficult, your favourite, experiences with any of them, etc...
thanks a lot!

xx Music that has brought tears to your eyes
September 16, 2006, 01:16:38 AM by jmao

Have you listened to something that has made you cry??

So far, only 2 for me:

1, Beethoven's 5th symphony, the last movement... soooo beautiful especially when it's about to end..

2, Mozart sonata k310 in A minor.. i think. but no the first time I heard it. I had hear it before but then I found out he composed it when his mother died and then... oh everything made sense. One of mozart's most moving sonatas, so much different from other music he composed wich is usually happy and joyful even though he had a difficult life. I started crying in the middle section of the second movement... he must have loved her soo much.... Cry

Oh well... what about you??

xx help analysing a sonata by mozart!
March 27, 2006, 06:17:03 PM by ashildmb

I am doing a schoolproject about mozart. And I was wondering if anyone would help me analyse mozart´s sonata k.310 and k.311?

xx Do you use pedal in 2nd movement of Mozart Sonata K310 (A minor)?
January 10, 2006, 10:17:58 PM by pianoperfmajor

And if so where and how much?

xx Mozart A minor sonata
July 12, 2005, 12:25:31 AM by fnork

My piano teacher wanted me to learn this sonata (the first mozart sonata I've learned, except for sonata facile which I played a very long time ago and have forgotten) because he said that it shows a different side of Mozarts music. I don't feel much for Mozarts music, but I do like this sonata, so I've started practicing it. Has anyone here played it? If so, feel free to give tips and suggestions on playing it. It seems to be quite difficult.

By the way, there's some confusion with the opening theme. Should the first notes be played with the D# on the beat like a sixteenth and then the E for 3/16-notes, or should the D# be played earlier to make the E for the whole 1/4? I prefer the first option, the second sounds a bit too "naive" (can't come up with a better word), while the first option makes the theme sound more like it should - like a serious statement. What do you think?

xx mozart k310
March 06, 2005, 08:47:23 PM by hodi

i'm having some problems with the annoying  Sad thrills there.. in the 6th page.. here:

 my problem isn't playing them, but playing them and also play the left hand.. i mean i can't play 2 hands together in that part. any advices?

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