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Sonata in C Minor K. 457: I. Molto allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Lyrics


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Agnus Dei Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, dona eis requiem. Agn…
Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte Erzeugt von heißer Phantasie, In einer schwärmerischen Stund…
Ave Maria Ave, ave verum corpus natum De Maria virgine Vere passum imm…
Ave Verum Ave ave verum corpus natum de Maria Virgine Vere passum, imm…
Ave verum corpus, K. 618 Ave verum corpus natum de Maria Virgine Vere passum, immolat…
Benedictus Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domine. Hosanna in excelsis!…
Confutatis Confutatis maledictis, flammis acribus addictis, voca me c…
Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen Tod und Verzweiflung…
Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja Stets lustig heissa hopsasa! Ic…
Die Zauberflöte K. 620 Act 2: Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen, Tod und Verzweiflung…
Die Zauberflöte: Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen, Hells Revenge cooks …
Dies Irae Dies irae Dies illa Solvet saeclum en favilla Teste david…
Domine Jesu Domine, Jesu Christe, Rex gloriae, libera animas omnium fid…
Hostias Hostias et preces tibi, Domine laudis offerimus tu suscipe…
Introitus Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, Et lux perpetua luceat ei…
Kyrie Kyrie eleison. Christe eleison. Kyrie eleison.…
Lacrimosa Lacrymosa dies illa, qua resurget ex favilla judicandus ho…
Le Nozze di Figaro: Che soave zeffiretto Sull'aria... Che soave zeffiretto... Zeffiretto... Questa se…
Le nozze di Figaro: Cinque... dieci... venti... trenta... Cinque... dieci... venti... trenta... Trentasei... quarantat…
O Fortuna O Fortuna, velut Luna statu variabilis, semper crescis a…
Porgi, amor (Le nozze di Figaro) Porgi, amor, qualche ristoro al mio duolo a'miei sospir! O …
Queen Of The Night Aria Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem herzen Tot und verzweiflung …
Recordare Recordare Jesu pie, quod sum causa tuae viae, ne me perdas…
Requiem 1. Requiem Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, et lux…
Requiem, Dies irae Dies iræ, dies illa Solvet sæclum en favilla Teste davidcum …
Requiem: Lacrimosa Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat ei…
Rex Tremendae Rex tremandae maiestatis, qui salvandos salvas gratis, sal…
Sanctus Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth! Pleni sunt…
Tuba Mirum Tuba mirum spargens sonum per sepulchra regionum, coget om…
VII. Agnus Dei Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, dona eis requiem Agnus…

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F#m

The first movement (adagio sostenuto in C#minor) from piano sonata #14 of beethoven is based on Mozart's aria "ah soccorso! Son tradito" of the Opera Don Giovanni, Beethoven copied or was influenced from this melody, Beethoven owned a copy of the first act of Don Giovanni where this melody appears. Check Out this links https://youtu.be/uEw_feiV_co
Check out the minute 3:50 look the violín's, violas & winds in this score https://youtu.be/6XfkvANfYb4
Moonligth sonata score https://youtu.be/YmVCcF42f-0
Look for the book " Mozart's Opern " by musicologist Stefan Kunze where the similarity between the aria "Ah soccorso! Son tradito" and the first movement of the sonata no.14 by Beethoven.
Edwin Fischer, the renowned pianist, describes in his book "Beethoven's pianoforte sonatas" a discovery he made when he was in the library of the archives of Wiener Musikverein, there he found a sketch, in Beethoven's handwriting, of the scene from Don Giovanni, the sketch transposes the original music into C#minor, which is the key of the sonata.
In Fischer's opinion, it becomes clear where Beethoven drew inspiration for his piece and he certainly has a point, the death scene of the commendatore in Mozart's opera might have been the actual inspiration for the famous sonata.
Sir Andras Schiff has looked at a still existing transcription by the hand of beethoven of the score of that part of Mozart's opera and proven that actually it directly stems from there. (This is based on Andras Schiff's lecture on Beethoven's sonata no.14 in C#m The lectures took place at Wigmore Hall, London UK, from 2004.)
Here other link 👇
http://www.roberto-poli.com/did-chopin-quote.html



F#m

The first movement (adagio sostenuto in C#minor) from piano sonata #14 of beethoven is based on Mozart's aria "ah soccorso! Son tradito" of the Opera Don Giovanni, Beethoven copied or was influenced from this melody, Beethoven owned a copy of the first act of Don Giovanni where this melody appears. Check Out this links https://youtu.be/uEw_feiV_co
Check out the minute 3:50 look the violín's, violas & winds in this score https://youtu.be/6XfkvANfYb4
Moonligth sonata score https://youtu.be/YmVCcF42f-0
Look for the book " Mozart's Opern " by musicologist Stefan Kunze where the similarity between the aria "Ah soccorso! Son tradito" and the first movement of the sonata no.14 by Beethoven.
Edwin Fischer, the renowned pianist, describes in his book "Beethoven's pianoforte sonatas" a discovery he made when he was in the library of the archives of Wiener Musikverein, there he found a sketch, in Beethoven's handwriting, of the scene from Don Giovanni, the sketch transposes the original music into C#minor, which is the key of the sonata.
In Fischer's opinion, it becomes clear where Beethoven drew inspiration for his piece and he certainly has a point, the death scene of the commendatore in Mozart's opera might have been the actual inspiration for the famous sonata.
Sir Andras Schiff has looked at a still existing transcription by the hand of beethoven of the score of that part of Mozart's opera and proven that actually it directly stems from there. (This is based on Andras Schiff's lecture on Beethoven's sonata no.14 in C#m The lectures took place at Wigmore Hall, London UK, from 2004.)
Here other link 👇
http://www.roberto-poli.com/did-chopin-quote.html



F#m

The first movement (adagio sostenuto in C#minor) from piano sonata #14 of beethoven is based on Mozart's aria "ah soccorso! Son tradito" of the Opera Don Giovanni, Beethoven copied or was influenced from this melody, Beethoven owned a copy of the first act of Don Giovanni where this melody appears. Check Out this links https://youtu.be/uEw_feiV_co
Check out the minute 3:50 look the violín's, violas & winds in this score https://youtu.be/6XfkvANfYb4
Moonligth sonata score https://youtu.be/YmVCcF42f-0
Look for the book " Mozart's Opern " by musicologist Stefan Kunze where the similarity between the aria "Ah soccorso! Son tradito" and the first movement of the sonata no.14 by Beethoven.
Edwin Fischer, the renowned pianist, describes in his book "Beethoven's pianoforte sonatas" a discovery he made when he was in the library of the archives of Wiener Musikverein, there he found a sketch, in Beethoven's handwriting, of the scene from Don Giovanni, the sketch transposes the original music into C#minor, which is the key of the sonata.
In Fischer's opinion, it becomes clear where Beethoven drew inspiration for his piece and he certainly has a point, the death scene of the commendatore in Mozart's opera might have been the actual inspiration for the famous sonata.
Sir Andras Schiff has looked at a still existing transcription by the hand of beethoven of the score of that part of Mozart's opera and proven that actually it directly stems from there. (This is based on Andras Schiff's lecture on Beethoven's sonata no.14 in C#m The lectures took place at Wigmore Hall, London UK, from 2004.)
Here other link 👇
http://www.roberto-poli.com/did-chopin-quote.html



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Wolfgang Amadeus

I'm still alive thru my music.

The Musical Lover

Rocking dat glasses, maestro!

Prawin Rai

I didn't know that sunglass was invented at ur time

Samuel

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Vader Cat

@Wolfgang Amadeus Wow! How could you still stay alive and talk with me?

Wolfgang Amadeus

I was kill (poison) by the Illuminati, for exposing them.

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Tudor Cucer

I need learned this sonata through suffering :) . Mozart for me is harder than Chopin or even Liszt

Leo179

ItachiseinVater yeah, for mozart its easy to just play the notes, cause chopin’s music is much more technically challenging. the phrasing is harder in mozart, because of the lack of pedal, but IMO chopin is still harder, i can play nearly every mozart piece without spending 6 months on it but with chopin not really lmao

ItachiseinVater

Leo179 yeah i also play more chopin and when i started i was like what that‘s impossible because my music teacher told me to play every thing on the spot and it was so hard phrasing every bar perfectly (i mean i can‘t do it perfect but now it sounds better than in the beginning) because there is no pedal so u hear every little mistake (dim, p, also the forte is different than the forte when u play liszt or chopin it‘s not that hard, more like sticky). I hated him in the beginning but it‘s a lot of fun after some time haha (still fav. is Chopin) To my mind it‘s much harder to learn the notes, u need fast finger but the pedal helps a lot when it comes to phrasing (sorry if there are mistakes my auto correction is in german haha)

Leo179

ItachiseinVater i think its just the fact that i’ve been playing much more chopin cause i like his music more. maybe if i start playing mozart ill realise its harder idk

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