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Mozart: Sonata K. 330 in C Major

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 330
Sonata K. 330  in C Major by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: C Major Year: 1783
Level: 8 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (762 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Ruthardt edition (2321 kB)

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xx Mozart Andante Cantabile 2nd movement Sonata in C, K, 330
June 20, 2011, 08:25:29 PM by realpiano

Take 2.  Having read the preivous comments and I have now re-recorded this piece again.  This is for grade 6 and would love to play it to a standard to which this piece deserves.  Your comments again would be appreicated.   Smiley   Thanks

played on a Toyo Apollo A360 upright, recored with a samson Condenser mic using Audacity on a PC.

xx Mozart Andante Cantabile 2nd movement Sonata in C, K, 330
June 08, 2011, 02:20:46 PM by realpiano

Played on a Toyo Apollo A360.  This is one piece for my Grade 6 next month.  Any comments would be appreciated, except for obvious mistakes!!

xx [Video] Mozart Piano Sonata in C Major, K. 330 (Live)
May 20, 2010, 06:26:03 PM by wiwi1019

This is also from my recital in Taipei.

1st. mvt.:

2nd. mvt.:

3rd. mvt.:

xx Advice for fingering on a Mozart trill
April 30, 2010, 02:51:04 PM by dss62467

My teacher talked me into playing at the upcoming recital, since none of his adult students ever dare do it.  We're doing a Mozart violin sonata (violin/piano duet), but he asked if I would do a solo piece too.  I'm brushing up on Mozart K330, which I haven't played for him in months, and I noticed while playing it last night that my trills in a couple spots are pretty lame.

If you take a look at the sheet music, on the 3rd page, measure 72, there's a B-flat trill, that just seems to go nowhere when I play it.   What would be a good fingering choice for that?  I think I'm using 2-3, since that will allow me to move to the next part efficiently.    When I trill with a black key, I usually have a bit of trouble.


xx Mozart sonata k.330
October 21, 2009, 08:12:19 PM by njalli


xx Mozart Sonata K.330
February 17, 2009, 07:06:10 PM by njalli

Can anyone tell me about the difficoultie of the 1st MVT compared to the 3rd one?

looking for answers Tongue

xx Mozart's k330
November 15, 2008, 07:12:53 AM by justinjalandoni

in bar #2 of Mozart's k330

is the trlll played as a quarduplet or quintuplet?

Also if you have any suggestions please feel free to do so

xx Mozart K330 1st mvt
March 08, 2008, 01:33:30 AM by electrodoc

Hello and a belated new year greeting to everyone. Sorry to say that I have been ill since January and have been unable to play for the first six weeks of the year. I am pleased to say that things are now more or less back to normal and that practice has been resumed.

I am posting this attempt at Mozart in order to invite comments and constructive criticism as I find capturing the spirit of Mozart quite difficult.

I look forward to any comments.

Best wishes


Piano - Yamaha S6
Recording: Zoom H4
Reductio to MP3 via Audacity.

xx Mozart K330 Advice needed
November 28, 2007, 01:38:46 AM by electrodoc


This is not part of a duel as I cannot hope to play to the standard of some of you good people out there. The problem for me with this work is to get it to sound like Mozart. How does one obatin the necessary lightness and shimmering effect? I feel that the first movement is too heavy especilly in the bass (I am also aware of one or two small glitches but this was take 1).

I feel that the slow mvt is somewhat more successful but capable of improvement.

All advice welcome.



xx DUEL - Mozart K330,1st mvt
November 12, 2007, 01:03:16 PM by daniloperusina

I refer to the thread "A Mozart duel"
Hopefully one or two more participants are joining me Smiley

xx Mozart Sonata K330
September 20, 2007, 02:39:22 AM by steinwayargentina

Hi friends this is a Recording a made for a scholarship its just  K330 Mozart Sonata Complete. Waiting for feedback. hope enjoy Pablo Rocchietti

question Mozart Sonata in C major KV 330
December 10, 2006, 03:46:46 PM by emill


I am posting this for my son who just turned 11.  In less than 2 weeks
he will  audition  for a national piano festival to be held early February/07. 
Since it is the 250th for Mozart, the organizers would prefer his compositions. 
A spur of the moment decision to enter was made early November or barely six
weeks ago; but his teacher says he is psychologically strong, has good drive and
skills and the experience will do him well.

Although, the 3 movements will be played if he qualifies in the 11-14 age bracket,
he will only be required to play one movement in the audition.  May we request
some constructive comments in order to improve his chances or are we rushing
this a bit?  Btw, he is a fast learner and has the 3 movements memorized and
played fairly well (I think) at this time. 

Thanks a lot and I will ask him to answer any question you may want answered.

Here is the 1st movement:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmQ1qTwb0tw

xx Mozart Sonata in C major K.330, 1st movement
November 07, 2006, 10:51:45 PM by kartman

Hi all!
I'm going to post my second recording here (first recording was my chopin nocturne op 9 no 2 in this old topic).

My new recording is:
Mozart Sonata in C major K.330, 1st movement
Played on Kawai CA7 digital piano.

I thought I played this pretty much error free (that is: error free for my own simple standards! a piece is never perfect of course...). However, it's amazing how many unexpected things I hear when listening to a recording from myself (sometimes it's even frustrating...).

Anyhow, I'm very interested to hear your comments!  Smiley

xx Easy but great Mozart
October 20, 2006, 04:20:11 PM by notturno

I've just been listening to Mozart's Piano Sonata is C major, K330, and am speechless at its beauty (Horowitz' recording).  I'd like to learn some Mozart, but am looking for something that is simpler, say Grade 5ish.  Some of the simpler pieces that I've heard are rather dull (perhaps written when he was really young), but I'm sure that he has something that is easy and beautiful. I'm not sure that I'm ready to tackle a Sonata, but would be willing to give one of them a try as well.   I've seen posts on "easy" Mozart and "great" Mozart, but not combined.

I mean, of course, technically easier.  It appears all of his music is musically challenging.



xx Please Mozart Sonata in C major K.330
October 19, 2006, 06:11:22 PM by kritsung


Please leave the comment .Thank you

xx Gould's Mozart K.330 sonata
September 13, 2006, 11:25:11 PM by kghayesh

I listened to Gould's interpretation of the C major Sonata K.330 today. I thought it was quite a strange recording.

First, I expected an ultra fast tempo as what is usually expected from Glenn. But, I was surprised to find a normal tempo like all other recordings. Also, I am sure the instrument performed on is not a conventional modern piano. It is either an old fortepiano or a piano that needs extensive maintenance and tuning.

Just listen to the first movement, Don't u feel he is playing with a very shallow dynamic range?? I look at the score and It is obvious that he takes the score his own way. But, is this acceptable for every pianist?? Can I just play like what I feel disregarding the dynamics written in the score??

I don't know what to say about this recording. I can't say it sucks because Gould's own touch is so obvious throughout the sonata. The style of Gould is so dominant there. However, I can't say this recording is a great one, because simply It is so different from other recordings from this sonata. Gould's interpretation stands apart away from all other interpretations of world-renown pianist.

Download this wierd recording from here
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xx Mozart Sonata K330 first movement
July 19, 2006, 07:55:43 PM by acha114

I absolutely love the first movement. However I am having difficulty playing this passage at speed, or even half speed for that matter.

The passage is at the end of the 1st movement.

Does anyone know how to play this properly? The edition I have suggests to play the trill as F-G-F-E-F but it seems too difficult to play this at speed and suddenly have to slow down as you play the E-F-G after the trill. Also some recordings I have heard don't seem to play this trill as written above. Does anyone know how to play this one?

xx Which sonata to choose, Mozart K.330 or Beethoven Op.90
February 03, 2006, 12:04:37 PM by kghayesh

I am doing Grade 8 ABRSM next June and i am still confused between what piece to choose from list B. I am confused between the Mozart K.330 in C and the Beethoven Op.90 in E minor.

Note that here i am not choosing on the basis of which is more difficult. I want to choose the one that will be a good addition to my repertoire. That, is i plan of not learning the first movement only for the exam. I am planning to learn the whole thing. So, it is a question of which sonata is more beneficial as an addition to my repertoire.

My repertoire already includes a Mozart sonata and a Beethoven sonata. The K.545 and the Pathetique ( all 3 movements ). So, do u think i should learn a harder Mozart sonata (K.330) or another Beethoven sonata so that my repertoire includes 2 beethoven sonatas ??

xx Mozart Sonata C Major KV 330 (not that famous easier one)
June 15, 2005, 11:15:52 PM by MarkFour

Could someone please show me how to do the grace note and trill on measure seven?
I know trills here supposed to start on upper, but it really feels like it shoulcn't.

And that first grace note, Is it on the beat?

I am such a little leaguer.  and measures 26 and 37 have me stumped, too.

Well, thanks, everybody

xx Mozart Sonata in C K330 1st movement
November 15, 2004, 01:11:44 AM by paolo

I can pretty much play the whole of the first movement but have problems with trills in the final runs and playing them up to speed.
Should I slow down the whole movement or keep on until I've mastered it?
I also think it may be a psychological hurdle as if I practice the bars with the runs separately, I can just about make it but when it comes to playing the whole movement, it turns into a mess when I get there.

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