Although composed at different times (the Fantasia was finished on May 20, 1785), the two pieces are musically similar, with some believing that Mozart viewed the Fantasia as an extended prelude to the Sonata (Wolf 5-6). Fantasia Alt ernative. It was published in 1785 as Fantasia and Sonata in C Minor, containing both Fantasia in C Minor, K. 475 and the Sonata. The Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major K. 331; Twelve Variations on Ah, vous dirai-je, maman K. 265 (300e). The Fantasia is one of very few works Mozart composed in C minor during his years in Vienna. Lastly, analytical discourse remains sensitive to the performance process, with a view to discovering if and how theoretical knowledge gained through analysis translates into a fantasia performance, and scrutinising ways in which performative introspection continues to influence a theoretical understanding of the piece. It is the responsibility of the author to secure (and, if necessary, pay for) written copyright permissions for the reproduction, in this online journal, of any illustrations, images, music notation, audio and video files, or any other copyright materials, that are included in the author's article. Bach (1714-1788) as well as on nineteenth-century fantasias by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Liszt et al. 2 in C minor: Authorities WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: 180235497; LCCN: n82163986: Composer Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791) was an extraordinarily prolific and seminal composer during the Classical era. Allegro Assai To this end, the article first provides a brief overview of musicological, theoretical and analytical contexts, drawing out conceptual frameworks in the work of Annette Richards (2001) and Matthew Head (2014), which have not yet been employed in a study of the Mozartian fantasia. Mozart recorded the date of completion as May 20, 1785 in his private catalogue of works. Fantasia in C minor, K. 475 is a piece of music for solo piano composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Vienna on 20 May 1785. The opening theme makes it clear that this is no unfolding sonata form: although the melodic material is symmetrical, the harmony avoids the relationships common to the first themes of sonata movements. Felfeli-Crawford, K. (2020). DOWNLOAD piano sheet music from Piano Street digital sheet music library. A detailed guide that analyzes the structural, harmonic and thematic frame. For the most part, the ensuing Andantino is so stable that it could almost be performed alone, but it, too, gives way to further modulation and the continuous C minor of the Più Allegro, which emphasizes rapid, expressive figuration. The dominant does arrive during a passage of repeated, right-hand chords, but this has little effect since the tonic was never firmly established. 110, Koch International Classics CD Sampler 1: Explore Our Musical World, Mozart: Piano Sonatas (Complete); Fantasie, K. 475, Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 14 in C Minor, K. 457: Allegro 5:59: 3 Piano Sonata No. It was published as Opus 11, in December 1785, together with the Sonata in C minor, K. 457, the only one of Mozart's piano sonatas to be published together with a work of a different genre. Adagio 3. 14 in C Minor, K. 457: Adagio 7:27: 4 Piano Sonata No. Stream songs including "Piano Sonata in C Major, K. 330: I. Allegro moderato", "Piano Sonata in C Major, K… Find recording details and track inforamtion for Fantasia for piano in C minor, K. - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on AllMusic 1. Excerpt from Mozart’s Fantasia in C Minor, K.475 ErbenOrgan Preview. Mozart; Fantasia; Schenkerian analysis; schema theory; piano performance×. This article orientates an investigation of the late eighteenth-century fantasia around a case study of Mozart's Fantasia in C Minor K.475, relating its findings to an array of historical contexts generating new insights into a genre, which remains 'an inherently problematic object of study' compared to formally closed genres of sonata and rondo (Richards 2001:15). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791): Fantasia in C Minor K. 475; Piano Sonata No. In 1781, after multiple attempts and complications, Mozart finally succeeded in leaving his position with the Archbishop of Salzburg and moved to Vienna to work as a freelance composer. This piano piece was composed in 1785 and is part of Mozart's Miscellaneous pieces. Recorded at the Italian Institute, Budapest, Hungary, in … Mozart: The Complete Sonatas for Piano, Vol. We did not wish to deal with isolated segments Each change of tempo signals the introduction of new material. Beethoven: Op. 4, Forever Mozart: 250 Years of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [Box Set], Mozart: Chamber Music; Music for Piano Solo, Mozart: Complete Works, Vol. 21, K 467; Sonata, K 330; Variations on "Lison dormait", K 264; Fantasy, K 475, William Youn plays Mozart Sonatas: Complete Edition, Haydn: Variations in F minor; Sonata in E flat major: Mozart: Fantasia and Sonata in C minor, Mozart: Fantaisie, K. 475; Sonates, K. 457 & 333, The Solo Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon, William Youn Plays Mozart Sonatas, Vol. The Fantasy in C minor, K. 475, was completed some seven months after the C minor sonata. The title page bore a dedication to Therese von Trattner, who was one of Mozart's … In this version, the Fantasia serves as an introduction to the sonata, its improvisatory character placing the structural weight upon the sonata itself. - Ivan Moravec Plays Mozart Piano Sonatas, K 333, 570 & 457; Fantasia in C Minor, K 475 - Amazon.com Music Mozart entered the Fantasia in C minor, K. 475 into his "List of All My Works" on May 20, 1785. Find recording details and track inforamtion for Fantasia for piano in C minor, K. - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on AllMusic Analysing Mozart’s Fantasia K.475 through Intersections of Schematic and Schenkerian Thought. Mozart, W.a. Although they were published together as the same opus, Mozart sometimes performed the pieces separately. 3, Mozart: The Complete Piano Sonatas and Variations, Great Pianists of the 20th Century: The Complete Edition (Box 1), Great Pianists of the 20th Century: Alfred Brendel 1, Mozart: The Complete Piano Sonatas (9-19), Vol. Klavierstücke IX and Mozart’s Fantasie in C minor, K.475; Imberty, 1981/Brahms’s Intermezzo, E flat minor, op. Fantasia in C Minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for Solo Piano (1785) K.475 Paperback – November 23, 2010 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Author) 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 rating 77; Schubert: Wanderer Fantasia Op.15; Chopin: Fantasia in F minor, Op. 5 - KV 333, 457; Fantasie KV 475; Allegro KV 312, W.A. 14 in C Minor, K. 457: Molto allegro 4:52: 5 Mozart: Works for Solo Piano Jenő Jandó Classical 1990; Listen on Apple Music. 109; Op. 4; Fantaisie nº 4; 幻想曲K.475; פנטזיה מס. Without additional commentary, Mozart had both works published togeth- Listen on Apple Music. Bach, K.475 combines structural logic and formal coherence with quasi-fantastical effects more typical of the Bachian fantasia. 2 [Complete Mozart Edition], The Gulda Mozart Tapes: 10 Sonatas and a Fantasy, Mozart: Sonates pour le pianoforte [Box Set], Mozart: Fantasias for Piano, KV 396 & 475; Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos. 6 - Keyboard Works, Disc 10, Mozart: Concertos for piano No21; Concertos for piano No20, Mozart: Concertos for piano No21; Concertos for piano No23, Mozart: Fantasia, KV397; Sonata, KV331; Fantasia, KV475; Sonata, KV457, Mozart: Fantasies, K397, 396, 475; Sonata, KV457; Adagio, KV540, Mozart: Klaviersonaten; Fantasie; Rondo "Alla Turca", Mozart: Piano Concertos 17, 20, 22, 24, 25; Sonatas 10 & 11; Rondo KV 382, Mozart: Sonatas for piano No11; Sonatas for piano No10, Mozart: Sonatas for piano No11; Sonatas for piano No16, Mozart: Sonatas for piano No14; Fantasia in Cm, Mozart: Sonatas for piano No16; Sonatas for piano No14, Mozart: Sonatas, Vol. The Adagio departs from C minor immediately and ventures as far away as B minor over repeated figures in the left hand. 4; Fantasía n.º 4 (Mozart); Фантазия № 4; Fantasia in do minore K 475; Fantasie No. Musicological literature on the subject has focused mainly on keyboard fantasias by C.P.E. It was published in December 1785 together with the Fantasy in C minor, K. 475, as Opus 11 by the publishing firm Artaria, Mozart's main Viennese publisher. Mozart: KV 475; KV 457; L.v. 8 in C Minor, Op. By virtue of their appearance in this open access journal, articles are free to be used, with proper attribution, in educational and other non-commercial settings. 14 in C minor, K. 457, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was composed and completed in 1784, with the official date of completion recorded as 14 October 1784 in Mozart's own catalogue of works. Despite that, it’s one of Mozart’s most popular piano pieces. K.396 ; K⁶.385f I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. Karishmeh's work has won awards from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, the Society for Music Analysis (UK) and the Ireland-Canada University Foundation. 2, CD 2: Liszt, Mozart, Ravel, Rubinstein, Mozart 250th Anniversary Edition: Piano Sonatas, Violin Sonatas, Mozart: Klaviersonaten KV 331 & 310; Fantasien KV397 & 475, Mozart: Piano Sonatas K. 570 & 576; Fantasia K. 475, Mozart: Sonate; Fantasia; Variazioni; Suite, Mozart: The Piano Sonatas, Vol. This article orientates an investigation of the late eighteenth-century fantasia around a case study of Mozart's Fantasia in C Minor K.475, relating its findings to an array of historical contexts generating new insights into a genre, which remains 'an inherently problematic object of study' compared to formally closed genres of sonata and rondo (Richards 2001:15).