Mozart's K310 sonata. Just played it this evening for my aunt and grandfather, without repeats - took me about 15 minutes.
Love that sonata.. one of my favorites. Did you ever record it?
Nope, 'fraid not. That's not something I've been in the habit of doing, though my teacher keeps encouraging me to, and I know it's probably a good idea.
I love the sonata too. One of my favourite Mozart piano works for sure, and much darker than most of them.
Do me a favor? Record it and post it. I want to listen.
Any chance your name, "The Hound," has to do with Game of Thrones? (just a little OT--haha)
I'd like to, but I don't really have it at a level that I'd be comfortable sharing on here, really, with so many seriously good pianists.
If I could iron it out so that it's 99% error-free, I wouldn't mind, but I've moved my focus to other pieces now. I think my teacher wanted me to play something very slightly above my level to push me, and make the Trinity Guildhall Grade 8 stuff I'm working on now (Fig Leaf Rag and Chopin's Valse de L'adieu) seem easier. Having said that, the syllabus also contains the Allegro from Beethoven's Op 10 no. 2, which doesn't really seem easier than the Mozart (and is far harder than the Chopin actually).
Sure I'll come back to the K310 at some point, in any case. I want to play that Beethoven too, as it's another sonata I absolutely love.
Your guess about my user name's derivation is correct.
I've been a fan of the Song of Ice and Fire books for some time, and more recently of course the excellent HBO adaptation. Sandor Clegane is a great character, and I'm also a big lover of dogs, so "The Hound" works quite well for me.