W.A. Mozart: Works For Piano Four-Hands (Revised Urtext Edition)

Books | Piano Duet

Publisher: Henle Verlag
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Mozart is one of the pioneers of works for Piano four-hands; he was undoubtedly encouraged to do so through his music-making on the harpsichord with his sister, as depicted in the famous family portrait by della Croce (1780/81). Our edition comprises all of the authentic sonatas and variations, as well as works which have only survived as fragments and were then later completed. In addition the volume contains a sonata accredited to Mozart and three four part compositions, which were originally either for mechanical organ or have survived with no indication as to the instrument for which they were written. This thorough revision (previously HN92) was able to take into account new sources as well as the latest scholarly research on Mozart.

Contents:

Sonata D major K. 381 (123a)
Sonata B flat major K. 358 (186c)
Sonata F major K. 497
Andante with Variations G major K. 501
Sonata C major K. 521
Allegro K. 357 (497a) and Andante K. 357 (500a) G major
Fugue g minor K. 401 (375e) (Level of difficulty: 5/6Info)
Piece for a Musical Clock f minor K. 594
Piece for a Musical Clock f minor K. 608
Sonata C major K. 19d
Published on: 28 April 2011
No of pages: 195
Language: English, German
Catalogue No: HN932
 
     

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      10 out of 10

      JANE

      Edinburgh, Scotland GB Harpsichord - and piano
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      This publication, produced in 2010, contains the 8 known piano duets, meticulously edited from original sources, plus two unknown works:

      a G major Allegro -- Andante K.357 (K.500a) possibly an unfinished sonata of c.1791,

      & a C major Sonata K.19d, an attributed
      early composition only discovered in 1921.

      The two long F minor Fantasias are here described as being composed for musical Clocks.

      Well worth buying.
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      Confirmed purchase: 11 April 2017
      Published on: 27 April 2017