Violin Sonata No. 21 (Mozart)

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Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 21 in E minor, K. 304 (K300c) is a work by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It was composed in 1778 while Mozart was in Paris. The piece was composed during the same period that Mozart's mother, Anna Maria Mozart, died, and the sonata's mood reflects this. It is the only instrumental work by Mozart whose home key is E minor.[1]

  1. Allegro (in E minor)
  2. Tempo di Menuetto (in E minor)



  1. ^ Romijn, Clemens. Liner notes to Mozart: Complete sonatas for keyboard and violin, Volume 4 (Channel Classics Records CCS SA 24607)

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