Piano Sonata No. 3 (Mozart)

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Piano Sonata in B-flat major
No. 3
by W. A. Mozart
Martini bologna mozart 1777.jpg
The young composer, a 1777 copy of a lost painting
Key B-flat major
Catalogue K. 281 / 189f
Style Classical period
Composed 1774 (1774)
Movements Three (Allegro, Andante amoroso, Rondo – Allegro)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 3 in B-flat major, K. 281 / 189f, (1774) is a piano sonata in three movements:

  1. Allegro
  2. Andante amoroso E♭ major
  3. Rondo (allegro)

A typical performance takes about 14 minutes.

This piano sonata is one of the most virtuosic pieces Mozart ever composed, written during the visit Mozart paid to Munich for the production of La finta giardiniera from late 1774 to the beginning of the following March.

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(1774) is a sonata in three movements:
  1. Allegro
  2. Andante amoroso E♭ major
  3. Rondo (allegro)

A typical performance takes about 14 minutes.

This piano sonata is one of the most virtuosic pieces Mozart ever composed, written during the visit Mozart paid to Munich for the production of La finta giardiniera from late 1774 to the beginning of the following March.

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