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In this video, Robert gives you an easy way to approach staccato on the piano, with examples applied to Mozart's famous Sonata K331, last movement "Alla Turca". Enjoy this great video! ...
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Rating: 3
Where's Allegro?
by on March 11th, 2010
Well the title says it all. I can't seem to find the Allegro sheet music files anywhere!!! I gave this a 3 star only for that reason.
Rating: 5
One of my favorite
by on December 12th, 2009
The entirty of this piece (yes, all of it) is one of my overall favorites in the world, and speaks so exhaustively of Mozart's immense talents. It is to you, Mozart, that I raise not only my glass, but my heart.
Rating: 5
by on August 7th, 2009
Sonata Alla Turca is a wonderful sonata, and definitley one of Mozarts best, but I strongly believe that the first and second movements are highly overlooked. The Rondo Alla Turca, the third movement, is by far the most popular, and people tend to forget the theme-and-variations first movement and minuet second movement that prove to lead to it. A true music lover will tell you that it isn't just the fast fury of a piece that makes it nice to listen to, musical intelligence and slow thought alsio contribute to a nice piece of music. So while visiting this web site, please scroll up and listen to the audio clips of the first and second movements. Trust me, as a pianist and organist all my life, I have never been dissappointed. Mozart dedicated his entire life to creating beautiful music for you: please don't overlook it. PS: For Proof Of This, Read The Comment Below Entitled "An Enjoyable Piece"
Rating: 5
by on January 25th, 2009
Fun to learn. I like it a lot
Rating: 5
i love mozart!!!!
by on December 21st, 2007
this song is so pretty!!!!!!!buy it and learn it! even though i think all sheet music shoud be free!
Rating: 5
Not so Hard
by on November 8th, 2007
I know this piece by heart, and I assure you it was not so easy at first. But it was the first difficult piece I learned only in 3 weeks! And I'm only 13. So it shouldn't be that difficult.
Rating: 5
Get ready for a challenge
by on August 29th, 2007
I have taken piano in my younger years and now my daughter is taking piano. She has encouraged me to get back into it. I love this piece from one of the Baby Einstein CDs and decided to get it and see if I could break it apart and eventually learn it. It may take 5 years, but I'm willing to try!
Rating: 5
You should buy it
by on May 15th, 2007
Rating: 5
An Enjoyable Piece
by on December 13th, 2006
The third movement ( also known as Turkish March) of this Sonata is quite well-known and deserves to be. It has a few tricky fingerings but once you've practiced it for long enough it becomes fun and enjoyable.
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