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Mozart: Sonata K. 311 in D Major

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ID:70
Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 311
Sonata K. 311  in D Major by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: D Major Published: 1777
Level: 7 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (821 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (2782 kB)


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xx Mozart Sonata KV 311
July 14, 2005, 11:12:20 AM by paulfechner

hi guys

i've just started working on the d-major sonata kv311 by mozart. anyone has experiences with that piece? any suggestions?

thx

paul


xx Work in progress, Mozart Sonat D major KV. 311
February 26, 2006, 07:11:54 PM by kuwait

Hi!

Now in this recording theres a flew misshaps Smiley  I've only playing for a couple of years so it cant be really good yet. i'll be happy for any advice!!




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?



smiley Mozart Sonata in D K311 - Allegro con spirito + Bach Minuet
August 17, 2006, 01:15:17 AM by piano121

This is my firts recording post here. I´m glad to post and share my atempts with you fellow pianists. It´s being very helpfull to listen to other people´s recordings and coments.

I have studied piano in the past during fours years. Didn´t achieve much progress on that ocasion. Even though I studied very hard, got stuck on a bad method. The pieces I learnt better and got up to performance level where all studied by myself, away of the teacher. I didn´t develop any good technique at all, after four years studiyng. I realised that after showing my repertoire to another teachers. I got really sad, when I was told I got no technique.

Well, after a 9 years pause, here I am studiyng piano back again. This time I managed to get my self an excellent teacher. Cheesy  It has been 10 months since I started, and I´m very happy with the results until now. And I´m studiyng some very pleasant repertoire, including this sonata.

I´m very fond of Mozart´s music, I´m trying to focus in clarity and evenness. Coments are most well come. 

Other movements to come! Grin

Piano121



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!


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