“Wunderkind” Sonatas, Volume 2, K. 10-15
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “Wunderkind” Sonatas, Volume 2, K. 10-1
by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Solo - Sheet Music

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – “Wunderkind” Sonatas, Volume 2, K. 10-1. Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Edited by Wolf-Dieter Seiffert. Arranged by Ariane Haering. Sheet Music. Paperbound. Henle Music Folios. Classical. Softcover. 48 pages. G. Henle #HN1095. Published by G. Henle (HL.51481095).

ISBN 9790201810959. UPC: 884088915339. 9.0x12.0x0.17 inches.

In 1764 the eight-year-old Mozart wrote the Sonatas K. 10-15 in London. Leopold Mozart was only able to understand his son's musical genius in terms of it being a God-given wonder: “That my boy [...] knows all of this with his 8 years that could be expected of a man of forty years. In short: whoever has not seen or heard it, cannot believe it”. According to the title page the six sonatas can either be played as piano trios, violin sonatas or simply piano solo. As Henle has already published them in the form of piano trios and violin sonatas (HN 1078), they now present them in an Urtext edition for piano solo.

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