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Dalberto Michel, Mozart, Sonata No.9

Sequence published on 12/2/21
Composer : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Year of composition : 1777
Artistic period : Classique
Musical category : Sonata
Academy : Academy Oct 25 - Nov 1, 2020
Master(s) : Michel Dalberto
Student : Kennosuke Izuka
Instrument(s) played :

"If you put the pedal to the metal it's too much, it gets mushy." Michel Dalberto

About the Piano class of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's work on the Sonata_No.9 K.311

Master class de Piano, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Sonate_No.9

"Michel Dalberto works with the young pianist on the last movement of this Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata, No. 9.
He congratulates the student, first, and then make some observations about the tempo, the use of the pedal, some accents, and the importance of articulating and pronouncing correctly.
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What we learn in this Piano Master class

-It is importante to articulate and to pronunce
-Correct use of the pedal

About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart work

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed his D Major Sonata, K. 311, in 1777, when he was twenty years old. He seemed to have hit his stride as a composer of keyboard sonatas, with this piece assimilating into this piece artistically fulfilling juxtapositions of brilliant virtuosity and subdued lyricism, humor, and heartfelt expression. The first movement begins in a spirited manner, then gives way to a lyrical second theme. As the movement draws to a close in pure joy, the contrast of the pleasant and soothing second movement is all the more striking — Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s niche as an opera composer proves evident by the beautiful singing melodic line. The third movement rounds out the sonata, providing yet another contrast in mood; a humorous character is implied by sudden changes in dynamics, stops and starts, and musical surprises. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart incorporates aspects of symphonic composition with a concertolike lead-in before the return of the theme.
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