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    :woo: Hi there!
    i'm a higher music student, year 8.
    does anyone knows any information about mozart's keyboard work?:confused:
    it includes

    Dynamic range
    Playing style
    Composing style
    Range of notes
    Commonly used features
    Textures
    Technique
    Types of keyboard works
    Influence
    Meter
    Common mood/expression
    Mozart effect


    i'm dead because there're very limited resources on the net...:eek:
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    im guessing you're trying to do an essay or something?

    I do a music degree and personally think Mozart is completely overrated. You can easily get lots and lots of textbooks about Mozart from libraries and places. I'd be here all day explaining all the things you want!
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    (Original post by 19music4)
    im guessing you're trying to do an essay or something?

    I do a music degree and personally think Mozart is completely overrated. You can easily get lots and lots of textbooks about Mozart from libraries and places. I'd be here all day explaining all the things you want!
    :woo: yeah, a 1500 word essay. This world is soooo crazy!!!:woo:
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    (Original post by 19music4)
    im guessing you're trying to do an essay or something?

    I do a music degree and personally think Mozart is completely overrated. You can easily get lots and lots of textbooks about Mozart from libraries and places. I'd be here all day explaining all the things you want!

    Why do you think so?
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    (Original post by 19music4)
    im guessing you're trying to do an essay or something?

    I do a music degree and personally think Mozart is completely overrated. You can easily get lots and lots of textbooks about Mozart from libraries and places. I'd be here all day explaining all the things you want!
    what are mozart's playing style?
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    i recomend listening to some of his most famous pieces as case studies

    with it being 1500 words why don't you try to find some common features (with regards to everything on the list you supplied) between 3 of his pieces

    hope this helps
 
 
 
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