Mozart Piano Masterworks

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Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre & the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM)


The overture to The Magic Flute is one of the supreme orchestral works of the 18th century. Experience this gleeful piece performed on two grand pianos in a concert that salutes the keyboard compositions of Mozart.

His Fantasia in F minor is appropriately named for a piece which is even more fantastic than the machine for which it was created. The Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D uses just one piano while the Sonata for Two Pianos in D is one of his few compositions written for two pianos. Don’t miss this morning of Mozart keyboard magic.

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Timothy Young piano/director
ANAM Pianists


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sonata for piano four-hands in D, K.381/123a (c. 1772)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – arr. Ferruccio Busoni for four hands
Fantasia in F minor, K.608 (1791)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Sonata for two pianos in D, K.448 (1781)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – arr. Gustav Rösler for eight hands
The Magic Flute Overture, K.620 (1791)


This production is part of the following series: