Mozart – Rondo Alla Turca – Piano Tutorial

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Learn how to play Rondo Alla Turca by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on piano with this Synthesia piano tutorial! Please enjoy!

Mozart’s Rondo Alla Turca is the third and final movement of his piano sonata no. 11 in A major. It takes the form of a minuet and trio and is a favourite of pianists throughout the world. Unlike many pieces with alternate names, Mozart himself named this rondo “Alla turca”, referring to a “Turkish March”. The style of the piece is an imitation of Turkish Janissary band music, which was popular at the time, and he reused this style in his orchestral works. This fantastic performance will have you smiling from start to finish, so please enjoy our tutorial!

Rondo Alla Turca is fantastic to play! You can learn it with our Synthesia piano tutorial, or from the sheet music at the top of the description!

Performed by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson
Produced by Andrew Wrangell & Samuel Dickenson

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Note: Earlier today we uploaded a version of this piece that was missing an important phrase and contained some inaccuracies. We apologise for the error and hope you enjoy this newly-edited rendition!

IF MOZART WAS RUSSIAN?? – Piano Tutorial

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Learn the Russian version of the “Rondo Alla Turca” originally by Mozart on piano with this tutorial! Please enjoy!

Arranged by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson

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Ever wondered what it would sound like if Mozart was born in Russia and not Austria? Let’s have a deeper look into what his music *might* have sounded like with this fun piano arrangement of the Rondo Alla Turca from the Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major. We hope you enjoy this fun rendition! Make sure to check out the sheet music: it’s playable by upper intermediate to advanced level pianists and is a joy to play! It would certainly impress any audience…