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Topic: Mozart Sonata K283  (Read 4589 times)

Offline Daniel_piano

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Mozart Sonata K283
on: November 04, 2004, 03:33:47 AM
I was wondering if anyone could provide a guideline on how to practice Mozart Sonata K283 (1st and 3rd movement, 2nd movement is a piece of cake)
I'm sorry for taking advantage of your time in such a way, it's just that I found very usefull the various "bar by bar guidelines" for bach inventions, burgmuller studies, chopin waltz and beethoven sonata and I thought it would be interesting to see something similar for Mozart (since this sonata represents its sonata style well)
It's not easy for me to tell what sessions require notes as chords, outlining, dropping notes, different rhythm and repeated notes groups...

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