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#2048736 - 03/15/13 02:53 PM Re: Repertoire List [Re: mrferguson12]
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I studied Mozart's KV 333 as a teenager and still play it from time to time.

The biggest technical challenge I have in the first movement is with the sequences were you have downwards trill scales (I don't know if there is a musical term), like c-d-b-c-a-b-g-a-f. My fingers are maybe not as flexible as they used to be.
The second movement is in sonata form and has very interesting harmonies in the musical development.
The third movement is a beautiful rondo I like to use as a warm-up piece. But the technical difficulties with the jumping scales remain.

If you want to include a Schubert impromptu, I'd recommend op.90/2.
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#2048909 - 03/15/13 10:43 PM Re: Repertoire List [Re: patH]
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I'm studying K.333 right now.

For me the 16th notes in the development of the first movement are very difficult to get exactly in sync at tempo. The slow movement needs excellent voicing, as well as a carefully chosen tempo. My teacher and I like a fairly fast tempo for the third movement which makes some of the scales patterns particularly tricky, especially the long section right before the cadenza. Very difficult especially if you want to get that effortless pearl-like sound that is so important in Mozart.

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#2053641 - 03/24/13 07:01 PM Re: Repertoire List [Re: mrferguson12]
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Is anyone familiar with Mozart's Sonata in B flat, K 570?
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