Music From Mozart 's 1st Movement, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( 1788 )
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K.545 Sonata 1st Movement, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1788), Classical The K.545 Sonata is probably my favorite piece of music from Mozart’s sonatas. Mozart had such great musicality when playing the piano. He had a structure in mind when composing the song since he has an exposition, development and recapitulation The piano sonata is also known as the piano facile however there are three movements to the entire piece as would any typical sonata. I like the sound and the way the notes flow. The first movement due to how the notes sound when playing the piano and only the piano. Mozart’s use of repetition and scale change is catchy when hearing the piece. The first movement is played on the piano without any other instruments added and is…show more content… The Flight of the Bumblebee, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1901), Orchestral/Classical The Flight of the Bumble is also another popular piano piece and program music that has had hundreds of variations created over the last century or since its creation. The composition originally includes the clarinet, flute, and strings and has been composed for instruments such as the piano and violin. The piece was a part of the opera, The Tale Tsar Sultan therefore making the pieces a part of an orchestral interlude. The character in the play is transformed into a bumblebee and so the music intended to sound like a buzzing bee. The tempo of the piece is relatively fast. The melody in the piece occurs when the tempo is fast which makes the timbre very bold and dramatic. The rhythm is also fast which is played very fast up and down the scales in a repetitive like motion.
Moonlight Sonata, Ludwig Van Beethoven (1801), Classical The Piano Sonata No.14, “quasi una fantasia” or almost a fantasy was the 14th sonata he created. The Moonlight Sonata is a piece created by Beethoven in the 1800’s. The sonata is one of his most popular works which became popular more after his death. The Moonlight Sonata is popular because it captures the imagination of what is played on the piano, the piece is obviously divided into three movements,