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What Is Mozart's Most Famous Piano Pieces?

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Iris Phillips Profile
Iris Phillips answered
Some of the most famous Mozart piano pieces include Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, from Serenade No. 13; The Turkish March, K331 and the Piano Sonata C-Major, as well as Piano Sonata No. 11, Alla Turca, in A major; Concerto No 24, K 491, in C minor and concerto No 9, Jeune homme, K 271, in E flat.

  • More Well Known Pieces
Other famous Mozart piano pieces include the first movements of the Symphonies No 25 and 40, as well as the concertos No 12, K414, in A major; No 17, K 453, in G major and No 24, K 491, in C minor.

  • Piano Pieces in Films
Several famous piano pieces by Mozart were used in films, gaining them an even wider popularity. Some of these concertos, the year and the films they were used in are listed below:

No. 10 1984 Amadeus
No. 15 1984 Amadeus
No. 19 1990 Pacific Heights
No. 20 1984 Amadeus
No. 21 1967 Elvira Madigan
No. 21 1977 The Spy Who Loved
No. 21 1991 Regarding Henry
No. 21 1994 Silent Fall
No. 21 2000 Le Goût des autres
No. 21 2006 Superman Returns
No. 22 1984 Amadeus
No. 23 1966 Funeral in Berlin
No. 23 2000 The Way of the Gun
No. 23 2002 Spun
No. 23 2005 The New World
No. 25 1987 Barfly
No. 25 1993 Boxing Helena
No. 25 1996 The Associate
No. 27 1981 They All Laughed
  • Mozart and the Piano
Although Mozart, who died at the young age of 35, composed in just about every genre of his time, including both comic and serious operas, his primary inspiration came from, or through, the piano. Starting at the age of five, he composed a total of 28 piano concertos, the first five of which as a child, and two concerto rondos.
Zeke Zepplin Profile
Zeke Zepplin answered
1.First movements of Symphonies 25 & 40.
2.Ein kline Nacht Music
3.Piano Concerto No. 21
4.Requim
5.Piano Sonata movement "Alla Turca"
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Turkish march
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Anonymous answered
There are so many great pieces;  you are bound to get different answers. Today I would plump for Piano Concerto No. 21 played by Alfred Brendel.

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