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Wolfgang Amadé Mozart

1756

Salzburg

– 1791

Wien

Mozart

Sancta Maria, mater Dei (Holy Mary, mother of God) K. 273

Mozart

Sancta Maria Litaniae Lauretanae K. 195

Mozart

Solemn Vespers of the Confessor, K. 33

Mozart

Coronation Mass KV 317

Mozart

Symphony No. 33 B flat major KV 3193 B flat major KV 319

Mozart

Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466

Mozart

Symphony No. 41 in C Major, K. 551 “Jupiter Symphony”

Mozart

Church Sonata in E flat major KV 67

Mozart

Church Sonata in B flat major KV 212

Mozart

Church Sonata F major KV 224

1756

Salzburg

– 1791

Wien

Church Sonata F major KV 224

Date of composition: 1776
Scoring: 2 violins, bass and organ
Duration: 06 minutes
The Church Sonata in F major, K. 224 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is also known as the “Sonata da Chiesa.” Likely composed in the year 1776, it showcases Mozart’s unique ability to transform sacred and solemn moods into musical masterpieces. This sonata consists of three movements, including a majestic Allegro, a delicate Andante, and a lively Finale. In it, Mozart skillfully blends melodic lines and harmonic textures that take the listener on a spiritual journey.
The Church Sonata K. 224 is an impressive example of Mozart’s ability to express emotions and feelings through music and remains a cherished piece in the world of classical music, showcasing the beauty and depth of his musical creativity.

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