Mozart's K 333 Sonata in B-flat Major was composed in November 1783. It was written in Vienna while Mozart was there for a period. He wrote this in his "early phase" while he was in Vienna. This sonata was not really written into a group of sonatas, but could be grouped with the other nine sonatas that were written in this early phase in Vienna. All of these ten sonatas were written and published between 1783 and 1785 in Vienna. However, these sonatas were not written as a group (Kirby 101). My paper covers the analysis of the first movement of Mozart's K 333.
Mozart's K 333 Sonata in B-flat Major is a fairly standard piece. this is a great sonata. Mozart's K 333 is interesting, and follows all the steps of a normal sonata. He used good patterns of keys and good rhythms. It was an interesting sonata to analyze.
The first movement is very difficult and incredibly fast.
The exposition section is developed into the standard primary, transitional, secondary, and closing pieces.
The exposition's P section begins at measure 1 and ends at measure 9, beat 2. This is further divided into measures 1 through 5 being Pa, and measures 6 through 9, beat 2 being Pb. The Pa section is comprised of mostly descending scale patterns and a cool, easy-going feel. The Pb section is comprised of very fast 16th and 8th note runs.
At measure 9, beat 2, the strong transition begins. This transition brings us from B-flat Major to the key of F Major.The strong transition chords are found at measure 12 (V chord), measure 17 (V7/V), and measure 19 (V chord). It ends at measure 23, beat 2. It can be divided into Ta at measures 9, beat 2 to measure 14, beat 3. The Tb section can be found at measure 14, beat 4 and goes until measure 18. The Tc section of the transition is found between measures 19 to 23, beat 2.
Next, the secondary, or "S" section begins. It begins at measure 23, beat 2, and goes until measure 49. This is probably the most interesting section in the...
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