• Mozart
    for Mozart to compose the same amount. The last three of Mozart’s symphonies were created within six weeks. The next section will show a handful of his compositions and my own analysis of them. The first composition will be Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 13, K.333 in B flat Major. The A section...
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  • Mozart Sonata K545
    ”. (1009 words) Bibliography Andrew Schartmann. 2013. Mozart Analysis - Piano Sonata in C (Sonata Facile), K. 545, I. [Online Video]. 23 November. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-_RX8ZFrqU. [Accessed: 24 March 2014]. Keenan Kemper. 2013. .Analysis of sonata form of Mozart's...
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  • Exoticism Assimilated
    (1931) , Sergei Rachmaninoff ´Oriental Sketch (1917), and an endless list of compositions(3). For instance, Mozart´s Piano Sonata in A major K. 331, has an alla turca finale that would obviously be think to demonstrate its “turkishness” However, Not only the last movement has “Turkish” elements, but...
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  • The Mozart Effect
    Mozart’s sonatas in particular that stimulate the brain function as opposed to other classical composers. The last way one can affirm the ‘Mozart Effect’ is discussing how piano lessons at an early age can also improve brain function and increase the chances of long-term benefits. The Mozart Effect...
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  • Mozart K331 Analysis
    Analysis of W. A. Mozart’s Piano Sonata in A Major, K. 331: First Movement Classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born to Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart in 1756 in Salzburg, Austria (then the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation). Mozart showed promise in music from an early age...
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  • K. 332 First Movement Analysis
    Mozart Sonata No. 12 in F Major K. 332 First Movement Rachel Gilmore MTC 461.001 November 26, 2012 The first movement of Mozart’s piano Sonata No. 12 in F Major is written fairly typically in the very structured sonata form. Historically is follows the main guidelines that were understood...
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  • Wikipedia
    form in terms of musical elements sits uneasily between two historical eras. Although the late 18th century witnessed the most exemplary achievements in the form, above all from Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, compositional theory of the time did not use the term "sonata form". Perhaps...
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  • Mozart
     Mozart Sonata in C Major, K. 330, First Movement In this paper, I will go in depth and analyze the first movement of Mozart’s Piano sonata in C major, K. 330. I will follow the guideline by Jan C. LaRue titled “Guidelines for Style Analysis*”. I will look in depth at the different factors...
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  • Music
    , 1956/R), 234–82 E.J. Simon: ‘Sonata into Concerto: a Study of Mozart's First Seven Concertos’, AcM, xxxi (1959), 170–85 H. Tischler: A Structural Analysis of Mozart’s Piano Concertos (Brooklyn, NY, 1966) I. Kecskeméti: ‘Opernelemente in den Klavierkonzerten Mozarts’, MJb 1968–70, 111...
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  • Mozart Sonata K. 281 Analysis
    composers have developed and expanded this style of music composition. Mozart being the subject of this paper is also one of the composer known for his strong and clear understanding of Sonata form in his music. This paper will examine one of his piano sonatas entitled, Piano Sonata K. 281 in Bb...
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  • Biography of Ludwig Van Beethoven
    his symphonies, string quartets, and piano sonatas. In each of these three genres Beethoven began by mastering the existing formal and esthetic conventions of the late 18th century while joining to these conventions signs of unusual originality and power. In his middle period (from about 1803, the...
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  • Introduction to Music
    Homophony Crescendo and decrescendo Timbres of different instruments Piano- replaced the harpsichord as the primary keyboard instrument Viennese Style- term applies to the music of Haydn, Mozart, and the young Beethoven. The term sometimes is applied to the classical style to avoid the ambiguity of...
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  • Title
    whom he dedicated his Piano Sonata in C minor, better known as The Pathétique. He performed publicly in Vienna in 1795 for the first time, and published his Op. 1 and Op. 2 piano sonatas. Beethoven is the supreme architect in music. His genius found expression in the structural type of...
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  • Who is the better composer?
    of special techniques, phrases and dynamics? Who does the listener think composed the “better” song? Piano Sonata, K. 333, Rondo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Sonate (Pathetique) No. 13, Rondo by Ludwig van Beethoven represent works with many similarities in form and style and will be the works...
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  • Beethoven
    an unpaid basis (1781), and then as paid employee (1784) of the court chapel conducted by the Kapellmeister Andrea Luchesi. His first three piano sonatas, named "Kurfürst" ("Elector") for their dedication to the Elector Maximilian Frederick, were published in 1783. Maximilian Frederick, who died in...
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  • Musical Analysis
    Musical Analysis The first piece I chose was Frédéric Chopin’s Prelude in E-Minor (op.28 no. 4). It was performed by Aldona Dvarionaite (2009). Chopin was a composer in the Romantic period. This is a sad piano piece. Chopin wrote primarily for the piano. The piece range was almost monotone in...
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  • Music Repertory A
    critical evaluation of the outcomes of professional practice. Lectures Music from 1750 to 1890 3 lectures a week over eleven weeks 1. Introduction and overview (JS – 30/9) 2. Haydn and the string quartet (AT – 1/10) 3. Haydn and the symphony (AT – 3/10) 4. Mozart and the piano...
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  • 1234
     Symphonies in 1800 and 1803, Beethoven became regarded as one of the most important of a generation of young composers following Haydn and Mozart. He also continued to write in other forms, turning out widely known piano sonatas like the "Pathétique" sonata (Op. 13), which Cooper describes as "surpass...
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  • Mozart: Symphony #33 in B Flat, K 319 - 1. Allegro Assai Analysis
    E- Essay II Mozart: Symphony #33 In B Flat, K 319 - 1. Allegro Assai Form Analysis - Sonata Form (Time)::(Form)::(2 or 3 reasons for placing division here) EXPOSITION 0.00::Theme 1::MELODY: Light, simple, sequencing and repetition; TEXTURE: light to suddenly heavy; DYNAMICS: Contrast from...
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  • Money Management
    published composition: a set of keyboard variations (WoO 63).[7] Beethoven soon began working with Neefe as assistant organist, first on an unpaid basis (1781), and then as paid employee (1784) of the court chapel conducted by the Kapellmeister Andrea Luchesi. His first three piano sonatas, named...
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