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Skill Level: interm/advanced
Duration: 23′ 18″
Note Range: C1-E6
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What is the form of the first movement of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

The first movement is in sonata-allegro form and G major, so it is composed in three major parts: the Exposition which contains two themes, the Development which is in a number of keys, the Recapitulation, and the Coda.

What are the movements in Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

The piece contains 4 movements – “Allegro (sonata-rondo) in G major,” “Allegretto (Trio and Minuet) in G major,” “Romanza (rondo) in C major,” and “Allegro (sonata-allegro) in G major.”

What is the form of music of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

The four-movement work opens with a bright allegro in sonata form, and a slow, lyrical second movement follows. The third movement is a light minuet, and the finale is a brisk rondo.

What is the tempo Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

The tempo is allegretto, which is slower than allegro.

Is Eine Kleine Nachtmusik a symphony?

Although composed in Vienna, Eine kleine Nachtmusik (1787) recalls the several serenades Mozart wrote while in Salzburg. Having lost one of its five original movements, it now follows the patterns of a standard symphony, proceeding from a sonata form, to a slow lyrical movement, to a minuet, to a joyful rondo finale.

Is Eine Kleine Nachtmusik good?

Eine kleine Nachtmusik, (German: “A Little Night Music”) byname of Serenade No. 13 in G Major, K 525, serenade for two violins, viola, cello, and double bass by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, admired for its lively, joyful quality and its memorable melodies.

What is the time signature of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?

Both the minuet and trio are in simple triple time. The metre – time signature – is 3/4 which means three crotchet beats in every bar. Simple rhythms are used throughout with a range of note values and a lot of quaver movement.

What violin does Roman Kim use?

Giuseppe Guarneri
Watch Kazakh violinist Roman Kim perform an arrangement of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik… for solo violin! Kim plays a Giuseppe Guarneri ‘del Gesù’ violin from 1695, loaned to him by the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben Foundation, following his victory at the Cologne International Music Competition in 2011.