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Sonata in C Major K. 309 Andante, un poco adagio


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davajonah

 Genre: Electronic

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I really like Mozart and this is one of my all time favourite pieces, the second movement from one of his lesser know sonatas. I've wanted to do something with this for a while and now I have, for better or worse. This music always reminds me of a trip we made to Prague, for some reason!

I've reworked a PD midi file. It's taken ages, but has been brilliant. Looking at the piano roll is quite magical and shows you how mathematically precise this beautiful music is. It's my own interpretation and I hope I haven't murdered it too much.

If you aren't familiar with this music, then listen a few times and maybe try to get yourself a piano version, the instrument for which it was originally written.

Once again, I apologise to any purists out there. Don't listen if you don't approve, I understand!
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Uploaded: Apr 12, 2012 - 04:05:42 AM
Last Updated: Apr 12, 2012 - 04:05:42 AM Last Played: Mar 27, 2017 - 08:05:01 AM
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iMac, Rokits, various headphones
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Logic Pro, Zebra softsynth
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jordifiol said 2065 days ago (April 15th, 2012)
good work
how beautiful is Mozart's music! Good interpretation. Nice chromatism in 2:10
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gadzooks said 2059 days ago (April 22nd, 2012)
Sonata in C Major
What a wonderful interpretation of a Mozart piece. I think it's pretty cool to take something like this and use electronic sounds. But everything aside, you play so well.
Enjoyed! Happy Sunday!
SG
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paul f. page said 2048 days ago (May 2nd, 2012)
De gustibus...
I like what you have done with this. Mozart probably would have been fascinated with your interpretation, too. It was such a pleasure to hear how you realized this piece in a new way. Bravo.
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kaidavis said 2037 days ago (May 13th, 2012)
davajonah
Very different in my book however this is where music stem from so you have to give respect to the base.Man!you did quite well in your remake it shows how music have evolove back then they was not working a sweat on the dance floor.Great work
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mana_junkie said 2012 days ago (June 7th, 2012)
Mozart'd
Pretty slick like reworking here, dava. I really liked what you've cone with it. Kudos!
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oldlibmike said 2012 days ago (June 7th, 2012)
Takes me back!
I love this! I take a sort of engineering approach to some of my music as well - in fact was originally inspired by Switched on Bach by Wendy (then Walter) Carlos. I blog a lot about it on http://whitherwalter.blogspot.com . Your work here is great - getting expression into midi is always the challenge. Great sound schoices. What synths did you make use of?
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