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For solo classical guitar. 2 pages. The level of difficulty is intermediate.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756 -1791
Mozart, whom his sister recounted as picking thirds out on the family clavier at the age of
three for the pleasure of it, has been described as achieving miracles of sound across every
emotion. Indeed one runs out of superlatives trying to do justice to the quality and originality
of his compositions and the abundance of output. Anyone learning about his relatively short
life must also add a tribute to his resolve and courage.
The Piano Concerto No. 12 in A was written in the autumn of 1782 in Vienna. The Andante
has the flawless beauty of Mozart's slower music – its irresistible combination of musical
elements - but at a strict andante tempo the 32nd notes are very difficult to play and melody is
lost, so I have marked it Lento.
Similarly the famous Andante ('Elvira Madigan') from the Piano Concerto No. 21 in C, written
in 1785, is better played at a relaxed tempo. If the 16th notes do note sound clearly the piece
should be slowed until they do. Again this is vintage Mozart; accessible, intricate and deep.
Keys of both pieces have been changed to suit the guitar.
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