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This Classical Sonata
Sonata Op. 2, No. 3
answered correctly by choosing this classical sonata. Its lovely
second movement, marked adagio, was dedicated to none other than
Joseph Haydn. The movement stays in E major for only ten measures
before immersing us gently into the tonic minor key for a prolonged
period of time. In this E minor section, the left hand takes over
the melodic material.
movement concludes in the key of E major, with the same charm and
grace that it began with. All of the other movements (the first,
third and fourth) are in C
Hob XVI: 24 and Mozart’s KV 280 were written in 1773 and 1774
respectively. The slow movements of both of these works are marked
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