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Mozart: Sonata K. 331 in A Major

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Wolfgang Amadéus Mozart - Sonatas :
Sonata, K. 331
Sonata K. 331  in A Major by Mozart piano sheet music
Key: A Major Published: 1783
Level: 8 Period: Classical
piano sheet music Piano score: PS Urtext (798 kB)
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (2408 kB)


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xx Sonata in A K.331 Does anyone like it anymore?
June 09, 2006, 04:51:40 PM by justliam

Ok, so pretty much all 3 Movements are recognisable to people that never listen to classical music,  Alla Turca is completely over done.  So has the piece lost any meaning it once had, and does it get on your nerves hearing it? I had to study it for A level and so I just so happened to learn to play bits of it, well more like 80% of it lol, but I don't know if I can be bothered to learn it properly.  The only movement I still really like is the first. But I'm more interested in other peoples opinions anywho, so any thoughts?


xx Key of a Mozart Sonata
October 21, 2006, 03:03:53 PM by barnowl

In my Mozart Klaviersonaten book, it's called
                   
                  Sonate
Komponiert wahrscheinlich 1783


and is further identified as K.V. 331 (300i) I know what K.V. 331 refers to but not (300i)

Anyway, I'm working on the Alla Turca part. and at the same time doing major and minor scales. I have not gotten to F# Major nor its Harmonic and Melodic minors, but this piece (the Alla Turca part, anyway) seems to be in one of those minors.

I haven't asked my teacher about the key yet, and I'm wondering if she's waiting for me to spot it. There are 3 sharps in the key signature for most of the piece - and most of the Alla Turca, as well.

I don't know what the whole Sonata sounds like, but the A-T section is so joyous, so ebullient, that from what I've been told, this is not the proper mood for a minor key.

So please tell me. Which is it - A Major or F# Minor?




xx Mozart Sonata in A Major (1783) - Andante Grazioso to Variation IV
December 10, 2007, 03:11:48 AM by iumonito

Comments welcome.  Guess the piano.


xx Mozart Sonata in A Major (1783) - Variations V and VI
December 10, 2007, 03:24:34 AM by iumonito

Comments still welcome.  Smiley




xx Mozart Sonata in A Major (1783) - II Menuetto - Trio - Menuetto da capo
December 10, 2007, 03:38:34 AM by iumonito

Thanks in advance for your comments.   Wink


xx mozart Sonata in A Major, K. 331 Movement 1 (part 1)
November 02, 2008, 10:33:08 AM by kyliec

Hi all,

My list B AMEB grade 8 exam piece. Any suggestions appreciated, I feel I am struggling with it a bit!
thanks, Kylie
PS - broken into variations - first 4 in this post, last 3

thanks, Kylie


xx mozart Sonata in A Major, K. 331 Movement 1 (part 2)
November 02, 2008, 10:36:00 AM by kyliec

Hi all, the rest of the Mozart!
thanks, Kylie


xx question about trill fingering in mozart's sonata k331
December 30, 2008, 04:34:28 AM by enissimo

Hello all,
I'm learning Mozart's sonata k331 now and have questions:
In the opening bar of 2nd variation, should i play the trill as EDEDCDE (3232123), or DEDCDE(232123)? which way is more preferable? my teacher suggests both but from the recordings i listen to seems the later version is used more...please help : ((((
Thanks !!!


xx question about trill fingering in mozart's sonata k331
December 30, 2008, 04:37:44 AM by enissimo

Hello all,
I'm learning Mozart's sonata k331 now and have questions:
In the opening bar of 2nd variation, should i play the trill as EDEDCDE (3232123), or DEDCDE(232123)? which way is more preferable? my teacher suggests both but from the recordings i listen to seems the later version is used more...please help : ((((
Thanks !!!


xx Mozart Sonata in A KV 331 (1st mvt, variations 1-4)
August 07, 2009, 05:41:57 PM by jehangircama

Hi
Another piece from the 17th sept. programme. A couple of smudges but otherwise i think its a decent recording. The question here is how to interpret mozart, sometimes i tend to be too romantic as i find some recordings of mozart too dry. is the speed too quick (especially alla turca)? i've tried to balance the styles here, would be grateful for any inputs.

about the divisions of the mp3s- i was disturbed while playing in the middle of the 1st mvt., hence the mp3 below has only the 1st 4 variations of the 1st mvt. I am posting the other mp3 (which has the rest of the sonata together) in another post (again, the 20MB limit on a post has been exceeded slightly, hence 2 posts).

i would really appreciate comments.

thanks
jc


xx Mozart Sonata in A KV 331 (1st mvt vars 5-6, 2nd mvt, 3rd mvt)
August 07, 2009, 05:57:45 PM by jehangircama

a continuation of my previous post of the beginning of the sonata. btw, sorry abt the couple of smudged chords near the end of alla turca Embarrassed. again, same questions as before, is the style correct, and is it too fast? any comments would be appreciated, and they don't only need to be in answer to my questions...
thanks
jc


xx Mozart Sheet Music where to find?
August 18, 2009, 03:07:41 AM by sammie1981

I was wondering if anyone might know where to find Mozarts "Mozart, Piano Sonata K.331 in A Major -  Andante Grazioso" sheet music?  I would like to learn how to play it.

Thanks!  Grin


xx reworked mozart sonata in A 3rd mvt alla turca
August 31, 2009, 02:57:06 PM by jehangircama

i have reworked this mvt a bit, is this better than before? this is today's rec. on my yamaha upright, using my laptop mike and audacity
thanks
jc


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