Mozart- Piano Sonata in D major K. 576- 2nd mov. Adagio

Pianist: Mitsuko Uchida

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Ray Ushikubo plays Mozart Sonata D Major K 576 Allegro

Ray plays Mozart Piano Sonata No. 18 in D Major K 576 Allegro 12/20/2009

Juilliard Pre-College Audition? I’m 14 years old and I want to audition for Julliard Pre-College, piano.One of the requirements for auditioning is A complete sonata by Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven (excluding Op. 49). So I was debating whether to play Mozart Sonata K.333 or K.310. Which one would be a better audition piece? And would Mozart Sonata K.576 better than both?I’m also considering Mozart Sonata K.332 as an option. Forgot to write that too, oops.

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My FIRST question would be.. WHAT DOES YOUR PIANO TEACHER SAY? I don’t know you, nor have I heard you play, so there is no way I can recoomend what you should play since it’s very important.. so WHAT DOES YOUR TEACHER RECOMMEND.? Personally, just shooting in the dark, I would tell you to picke the one that is the hardest for you to play because if you try to be safe with your chice, the judges will pick up on that very quickly.

piano sheet music help? Hello! I’m having trouble finding piano sheet music for the following: Mozart, Piano Sonata K.576 in D Major. My teacher preferred that I shouldn’t download and print the music sheet, but buy a small book that only has this specific song (usually about $2-$3). If you know exactly what I’m talking about, I’ll be greatly appreciated if you also gave me the website link. Thank you so much!
Rachel, your wish is my command. Just one thing: Don’t refer to a piano sonata as a song. It makes some of the older folk in the classical section here shudder, kind of like the usual response to fingernails on the blackboard. (Have you ever seen a black board? Somehow, fingernails on a white board just aren’t the same!)First off, (where, in the past, you could do just what your teacher doesn’t want you to do) now has the facility of getting a printed, staple-bound copy of almost everything on the site. For K576, there are two scores on the site which you can get printed versions: one is edited by Brahms, and the other is edited by two men, Lebart and Scharfenberg. Go to the page for this sonata,,_K.576_(Mozart,_Wolfgang_Amadeus)and look down the page. There are three grey rectangles with links to the PDFs. Download the PDFs and look at every page, to ensure that this is what you want. Then go back to that page, and click on the name “Performers Edition (US Users)” if you are in the US or Canada. If you’re in Great Britain (less likely since you say dollars instead of pounds) you’d use the other link, for Petrucci-Merton. Both of these services provide printed, staple-bound hardcopy versions of the PDFs on Brahms edition will set you back all of ninety cents. The other version is about 1.5 times as expensive, $1.20.This is a great deal, as well as meeting the letter _and_ spirit of your teacher’s law!