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Copy of Copy of Mozart Piano Concerto In G Major
Transcript of Copy of Copy of Mozart Piano Concerto In G Major
Amadeus Mozart By the age of three
he could play the
clavichord He soon began to write short compositions Cool Facts Mozart gave his first performance at Salzburg University, in January 1762 when he was only 5 years old when he was 7 he picked up a violin and sight read a piece perfectly, even though he'd never played violin before In 1782 he married Weber Constanze the sister of his ex-girlfriend.. on 27th January 1756 He learned his first musical composition when he was 4. It took him less than 30 minutes to perfect HiS tOuRiNg sCheDuLE His father documented "This piece was learnt by Wolfgangerl
on 24 January 1761,
3 days before his 5th birthday,
between 9 and 9:30 in the evening." From 1763-1766 His Family the rest of his siblings died in infancy His mom His Dad His sister Him Nannerl Leopold Mozart Anna Maria Mozart's compositions:
~over 20 operas
~about 14-15 Masses
(piano and violin)
~20 sonatas His Death Mozart died on December 5th 1791,
in Vienna at the age of 35 Mozart was buried in a common grave outside the city on 7 December from Rheumatic Fever They had 2 kids His importance to Classical Music Hi, I’m Johannes
Theophilus Mozart the sonata-allegro form aka. --> Baroque influences >through elements like repeating melody, continuous mood and sudden dynamic shifts 3 movement structure Alternation of tutti and solo sections Contrasting expositions by the orchestra and piano cadenzas ABA or AABA form Elaborate passage for the soloist to play usually near the end of a movement, often not written out by the composer, but left to the performer to improvise. Def. "Analysis of Mozart Piano Concerto in G Major." Piano Lessons | Find Piano Teachers | Online Piano Lessons. Web. 19 Nov. 2010. <http://www.lessonrating.com/piano-library-piano-concerto-g-major.html>.
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"Sonata Allegro Form." MusicKit.com. Web. 19 Nov. 2010. <http://www.musickit.com/resources/son-allegro.html>.
"Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart." AllMusic. AMG. Web. 19 Nov. 2010. <http://www.allmusic.com/artist/wolfgang-amadeus-mozart-q7754/biography>.
"Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Biography - 8notes.com." Free Sheet Music on 8notes.com. Web. 19 Nov. 2010. <http://www.8notes.com/biographies/mozart.asp>. Bibliography Elements of Music Analysis Melody Harmony Texture Timber Expressive Controls Dynamics Articulations Tempo Piano Concerto in G major K.453 #17 tHAnK yOu FoR wAtcHiNg mY pResEntaTiOn ZART M