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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Klaviersonate

  • in A minor
  • for piano
  • Instrumentation details:
  • Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Editor: Ulrich LeisingerHeinz Scholz
  • Table of contents:
    Klaviersonate a-Moll KV 310

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Sonata for piano | UT51024

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  • Edition type: urtext edition
  • Series: Wiener Urtext Edition
  • Grade: 5-7
  • Edition info: Editor: Ulrich Leisinger Fingerings: Heinz Scholz International Piano Award 2009
  • Format: 23.1 × 30.3 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-651-4
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-283-1
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 The editor's decisions can be followed in the critical annotations as well as, perhaps even more importantly, in the direct comparison with the original manuscript. The edited musical text with fingerings, tried and tested page turns and a clear engraving offers a very convenient basis for practical use. The preface gives information about the work's origins and the autograph's eventful history.

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  • Klaviersonate a-Moll KV 310


(...) lt is deeply moving to see Mozart's immaculate caligraphy, and extremely inspiring to play the sonata from the facsimile score. (...) There are other controversies, including opposing views on dynamics, so the chance to study Mozart's handwriting first hand is extremely valuable, an opportunity that all performers of this dramatic work should not fail to miss. International Piano May June 2014

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