Piano Sonata nº 11 of Mozart
The Piano Sonata nº 11 of Mozart is a piano sonata in La major composed around 1783, and it is one of the most famous sonatas of Mozart, and has had countless versions, especially of the third movement, the best known, called Alla Turca or Turkish March.
It has three movements. The first is Andante grazioso, a theme with six variations. The second is Menuetto, a minuet and trio. And the third is Rondo Alla Turca Allegretto, the best known. It imitates the sound of Turkish Janissary bands, music that was very popular at the time.
Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, better known as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a prodigy child that took his father well, because he took him on tour with just five years.
He belongs to the musical classicism, which corresponds to neoclassicism in the other arts. His music is simple and ingenous, like him. The joy of his music obscures the clouds that were behind it. In general, classical music is objective, contained in emotions, courtly and elegant. Music is planned for the aristocracy and high society, and not for the people.
In conclusion, we all know that Mozart was a musical genius and that is indisputable, and has made unique contributions to music. For now, my goal in piano is to play Alla Turca. When I get it, I will consider myself a pianist.