Description: Mozart Turkish March played by me.Marcha Turca de Mozart interpretada por mí.
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The famous Mozart's Turkish March (K331) played by Ronald Brautigam
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Mozart 3rd movement from Piano Sonata A major K.331 - ALLA TURCA. Allegretto (Turkish March). www.massimilianoferrati.com Massimiliano Ferrati live recording (2006) Treviso Teatro delle Voci BORGATO GRAND PIANO. Audio technician Stefano Bruzzolo If you like this video go to www.massimilianoferrati.com and sign the Guestbook or join the Fun Club on "Facebook" or follow me on "Twitter"
How to Play Turkish March by Mozart
update: "The artists are Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo. Their Show Igudesman & Joo includes various and hilarious music by Mozart, Rachmaninov, Bach, Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven and their own." (I found this video while stumbling, and downloaded about two years ago. Now, I found it again in my old, stored files, and now I'm uploading here, just not to lose again. Hope you like it. Just like the way they play this.)
Backstage clip of celebrated pianist Yuja Wang, playing through the turkish march by Mozart-Volodos before a concert
Mozart - Turkish March (piano cover) This is me performing live when i was 13 years of age ^^
www.onlineguitaracademy.net Level 7, Upper-Advanced Lesson Program: LAGA Classical* *LA Guitar Academy's comprehensive online classical guitar program, LAGA Classical, can gradually take you to a level at which you will be able to play this piece and other advanced-level repertoire. Access over 800, systematically designed, instructional close-up clips and sheet music for specific levels. Get started right now by enrolling in a full subscription or signing up for a free, no-obligation, three-day trial here: www.onlineguitaracademy.net --NEW -- Advanced players may purchase the sheet music alone at LAGA Publishing onlineguitaracademy.net ------------ In Mozart's time, the Ottoman Empire still ruled Turkey. Their military bands, called Janissary bands, were quite popular, even in Europe. Mozart borrowed from their sound and rhythm to produce this work, which became one of the big hits of Mozart's day. Its popularity has rarely waned since then. This, the final movement of the sonata, captures the military bands' brassy sound. In its whirling feel, it can evoke another aspect of Turkish culture which has captivated Westerners--the whirling motion of the Sufi dervishes as they perform their ancient ritual of peace and wholeness, though the Rondo whirls at light speed, in contrast to the gentle movement of the Mevlevi. For updates on our latest music postings, please subscribe to our YouTube channel on the button above. Thanks!
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K 331 (300i) is a sonata in three movements: 1. Andante grazioso — a theme with six variations 2. Menuetto — a minuet and trio 3. Alla Turca: Allegretto in A minor and major. All of the movements are in the key of A major or A minor; therefore, the work is homotonal. A typical performance of this entire sonata takes about 20 minutes. It is uncertain where and when Mozart composed the sonata; however, Vienna or Salzburg around 1783 is currently thought to be most likely (Paris and dates as far back as 1778 have also been suggested). The last movement, Alla Turca, popularly known as the Turkish Rondo or Turkish March, is often heard on its own and is one of Mozart's best-known piano pieces. It imitates the sound of Turkish Janissary bands, the music of which was much in vogue at that time. Various other works of the time imitate this music, including Mozart's own opera The Abduction from the Seraglio. For more on this style of work, see Turkish music (style) In Mozart's time, the last movement was sometimes performed on pianos built with a "Turkish stop", allowing it to be embellished with extra percussion effects; see Fortepiano. Moreover, this third movement is implicitly related to the first one, because the beginning of the "Rondo" can be seen as an additional variation of the "Tema" of the first movement, varied in the Janissary style. The theme of the first movement was used by Max Reger in one of his best ...
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