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Adagio 4'33 9. Allegro 9'40 2. Andante cantabile 10'57 3. Allegretto grazioso 6'05 Fantasie in C minor, KV 4. Adagio 4'56 5. Allegro 1'23 6. Andantino 2'08 7. Molto allegro 7'55 Adagio 7'29 Allegro 10'10 2. Andante 13'35 3. Allegro 4'18 5.

Piano Sonata No. 1 C Major, KV 279 (189d): 3. Allegro Sheet Music (Piano)

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Mozart, Piano Sonata No.1 in C major, K.279/189d [Piano Tutorial + Sheets]

Gabriela Coca. I have to admit that, when I intended to write this study, I still had to analyze harmonically and tonally the development sections of the Mozart forms of the sonata of the Piano Sonatas. Only after I have put the title I thought of the fact that I might had jumped to conclusions with this title. I opened the Explanatory Dictionary of the Romanian Language2 to look for ingenuity in order to fins out the explanation for myself. The one who has a lot of inventive spirit, the one that is intelligent, resourceful, knows how to do things.


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Made, manufactured inventively, skilfully, wisely. Are they made inventively, skilfully and wisely? Moreover, if it is so, how do they become real? Keywords: Mozart, Piano Sonatas, developments, statistic, tonality, modulation, proportionality, Sectio Aurea golden sections , sonata forms, equilibrium As I was all for the statistic method, parallel to harmonic and tonal analysis, I started to build some synthesis tables.

The first table of this type refers to the extension of the developments as opposed to the exposition and the restatement see table 1. An interesting thing to follow in this context is the proportionality of the sonata form that is used by Mozart. The author segments the assembly form always relying on the principle of the golden section see table 2.

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Although each sonata form and each composing section of the form the exposition, the development, the restatement have a different number of measures, except for two sonatas where these proportions are not relevant Sonata No 5 and No 12 , in fifteen sonatas, one or both golden sections corresponds to the beginning or the end of the development section. Academiei, Bucharest, , p. GABRIELA COCA are sonatas where these correspondences fit the exact moment of dividing of the sections the one that are highlighted in the table and there are sonatas there this correspondence takes place with a minimum approximation between 1, 3 and 5 measures.

However, there will always be the question whether Mozart calculated these correspondences or whether he made them instinctively using his equilibrium sense. Sonata no. KV , part I. Sonata no 19 is the only sonata where Mozart repeats the exposition in the first part, but not the development and the restatement. The numbering of the sonatas is taken from the following score Edition Peters, Leipzig, nr. KV " 82, " 50,80 , part I. By the double calculation of the proportions of the measures we realize that the golden section moments do not change. In Sonata No 19 KV we calculate the number of the measures without the repetition of the exposition and then, we use its repetition.

Without the repetition of the exposition, both the positive golden section and the negative one are overlapped to the beginning and the end of the development. However, by its repetition, without the development and the restatement to be repeated these moments become irrelevant. I would like to follow the ingenuity of the tonal plan of the development sections of the piano sonatas, putting them into a chronological order, taking into consideration the place where they were composed.

Consequently, we have four groups: 1. Cannabich and Freysinger sonatas composed in Mannheim , respectively sonatas no. The sonatas that are composed in Paris , respectively the sonatas no. The sonatas that are composed in Viena , respectively the sonatas no. In order to have a global image of the tonal frame of each sonata form, we present in a synthetic way the debut and the closing keys of the development sections in the context of the expositions and the restatements keys see table 3.

In seven of the sonatas, see the light green highlight , at the beginning of the development, Mozart modulates in the parallel key, which is the final key of the exposition.

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This ending key of the exposition is formed in these cases on the dominant of the basic key. In eight sonatas, see the blue highlight , Mozart keeps at the beginning of the development the key of closing the exposition, which is a key that, except the Sonata No 8, is the dominant key of the basic key. In Sonata No 8, the ending key of the exposition is the major related of the basic key. The exceptions of these two cases are highlighted in red and yellow. In this sonata, at the end of the exposition, we have Mozart not to modulate it in the key of the major related.

C minor Sonata no. In order to have an image of the inner key ingenuity of the developments, we chose three sonatas which I consider to be relevant, highlighting the aspects that fundaments their originality. Only the last four measures of the development intervenes three major keys: B b major, A major and D major! This procedure shocks the auditorium, the player and the analyst on the same time, taking into consideration the major key context of the sections that frame the development. Among the fact that the author uses the minor keys in a great part of the development, he combines the melodic and natural variants of these with the harmonic variant see measures 53 — 54, and 57 — 59 respectively.

The impetuous character of this part is kept in the development section as opposed to the minor keys, as it is maintained by the permanent pulsation of semiquaver notes and the continuous interval oscillation of the accompanying voice. Beyond these, the chorded structure of the development is relatively simple. In this sonata form, Mozart turns the principle that he used so far for his developments.

Up to this sonata, his developments were, from the extension point of view, twice as reduced than the sections of exposition and the restatement.

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