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Sonatas

Mozart's piano sonatas form a richly diverse and significant part of his instrumental output and span much of his mature composing career, thereby representing a microcosm of the composer's changing style. Due to the research of the past decades, the works have been precisely dated and classified. Source studies show that many a printed edition of the 18th century is of greater source value than Mozart's manuscript because many works were prepared for printing by the composer himself and therefore provided with precise practical performance instructions on ornamentation, dynamics and articulation. In addition, there are sources which have become available again only at the end of the 20th century enough reasons to re-edit Mozart's piano sonatas in the Wiener Urtext Edition.


K. 279

Complete recording by Thorsten Hammer
1
Allegro
5:30
2
Andante
5:36
3
Allegro
3:35


K.280


Complete recording by Joachim Parrow
1 Allegro assai4:41
2 Adagio7:08
3 Presto3:03


K.282

Complete recording by Tim Bateman
1Adagio3:28
2Menuetto3:30
3Allegro1:43



K.301 (Sonata for Piano & Violin)

Complete recording by Tobias Sing and Dorothea Emig.
1
Allegro con Spirito
9:22
2
Allegro
5:24


K.304 (Sonata for Piano & Violin)

Complete recording by Tobias Sing and Dorothea Emig.
1
Allegro
7:26
2
Tempo di Minuetto
6:06


K.310

Complete recording by Tom Pascale.
1
Allegro maestoso
6:24
2
Andante cantabile con espressione
7:47
3
Presto
3:09


K.311

Complete recording by Ken Sasaki.
1
Allegro con spirito
3:49
2
Andante con espressione
5:02
3
Rondo: Allegro
6:38


K.330

Complete recording by Stephen Kopp.
1
Allegro moderato6:37
2, 3
Andante cantabile, Allegretto11:08

Complete recording by Wui-Ming Gan.
1
Allegro moderato
4:40
2
Andante cantabile4:13
3
Allegretto
3:48


1
Allegro moderato
6:42
Riegler, A.
2
Andante cantabile4:04
Micol, F.


K.332

Complete recording by Andy Lee
1
Allegro
9:18
2
Adagio
4:37
3
Allegro assai
10:06


Complete recording by Tom Pascale.
1
Allegro
6:48
2
Adagio4:21
3
Allegro assai
7:00


Complete recording by Felipe Sarro.
1
Allegro
6:48
2
Adagio5:13
3
Allegro assai
5:38


K.332

1
Allegro4:58
Morin-Paul, N.


K.333

Complete recording by Daniel Hoehr
1
Allegro7:54
2
Andante Cantabile7:53
3
Allegretto Grazioso7:13


Complete recording by Brendan Kinsella.
1
Allegro
5:32
2
Andante Cantabile6:15
3
Allegretto Grazioso6:37

Complete recording by Wui-Ming Gan.
1
Allegro7:02
2
Andante Cantabile4:41
3
Allegretto Grazioso6:15


Complete recording by Jan Bertram
1
Allegro
5:55
2
Andante cantabile
5:48
3
Allegretto grazioso
6:57



K.497 in F major, for piano 4 hands

Complete recording by Andreas Pfaul and Chris Breemer
1Adagio-Allegro di molto06:47
2
Andante07:25
3
Allegro07:51



K.448 Sonata for two pianos in D major

The Sonata for Two Pianos in D major, K. 448 is a solo piano work composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1781, at 25 years of age. It is written in strict Sonata-Allegro Form, with three movements. The sonata was composed for a performance he would give with fellow pianist Josephine von Aurnhammer. Mozart composed this in the galant style, with interlocking melodies and simultaneous cadences. This is his only formal composition for Two Pianos exclusively. The movements are:
1. Allegro con spirito
2. Andante
3. Molto Allegro



K.457 in C minor

Complete recording by Luigi Lovisoni
1
Molto allegro
4:25
2
Adagio
7:04
3
Allegro assai
4:25



Complete recording by Joseph Renouf
1
Molto allegro
6:12
2
Adagio
6:54
3
Allegro assai
5:17



K.545 ' Sonata Facile'

Complete recording by Thorsten Hammer.
1
Allegro4:39
2
Andante5:12
3
Allegretto1:43



K.570 in B-flat major

Complete recording by Monica Alianello
1
Allegro
6:05
2
Adagio
9:25
3
Allegretto
3:43




K.570 in B-flat major

Complete recording by Ruben Yessayan
1
Allegro
4:19
2
Adagio
8:47
3
Allegretto
3:50