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Sonata KV 333
not wrong in picking this Mozart sonata as your answer. In double-negative
language, that means that you’re right! Mozart wrote this
wonderful work in Paris in 1778. He chose the subdominant key of
Eb major (the first movement is in Bb) and gave the tempo indication
of andante cantabile as a guide.
Hob XVI: 47 was written in 1788. The middle larghetto movement is
in F minor. With the sonata being in the key of F, this means that
the middle movement incorporates the tonic minor. Haydn uses 6/8
time and ends on the dominant
chord, thus making the connection between the second and third
Beethoven Op. 10, No. 3 slow movement is a great piece of music
with the tempo indication of largo e mesto. It is also in the tonic
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