Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata No. 13 In B Flat Major K 333 By Aaron Pilsan
A lengthy exploration in sonata form
Born in Salzburg in 1756, Mozart is renowned for his early talent with musical instruments and composition, beginning the latter no more than five years into his life. As one of Mozart’s longer sonatas, this gives the opportunity for the pianist to explore a number of styles throughout the piece. The slower adagio section is considered a great example of how one transforms the melody into a slower form.