Ka 62a. Ka 63a. Ka 66a. Kc 66c. Kd 66d. Ke 66e. Kh 73h. Ka 61a. Kb 61b. Ka 46a. La finta semplice. Kb 66b. Kq 73q. Milan or Bologna. Symphony in G, No. Kg 61g. Kc 73c. Ke 73e. Kf 73f. Kl 73l. Km 73m. Kn 73n. Kg 73g. Ko 73o. Kp 73p. Ks 73s. Kt 73t. Kv 73v. Ka 74a. Mitridate, re di Ponto. Ke 61e. Kb 74b. Kd 74d. Ke 74e. Kf 74f. Kc 74c. Betulia liberata. Kb 75b. Kb b. Ascanio in Alba. Ka a. Symphony in A, No. Ki 73i. Kk 73k. Kr 73r.
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Kx 73x. K Concertos for Piano after J. Bach 3 Concertos for Piano after J. Kh 41h. Church Sonata in E-flat major. Ki 41i. Church Sonata in B major. Kk 41k. Kc c. Kd 61d. Il sogno di Scipione. Symphony in C, No. KAB AB. Quartet Divertimento in D for Strings. Bozen and Verona.
Quartet in G for Strings. Missa brevis in G. KA A. Quartet in C for Strings. Quartet Divertimento in F for Strings. Motet in F for Soprano, "Exsultate, jubilate". Quartet Divertimento in B-flat for Strings. Quartet in E-flat for Strings. Kd d. Quartet in F for Strings. Quartet in A for Strings.
Quartet in B-flat for Strings. Quartet in D minor for Strings. KdA dA. KdB dB. Symphony in G minor, No. Ka 73a. Quintet in B-flat for Strings. Kg g.
KE E. Ke e. Concerto in B-flat for Bassoon.
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Kf f. Missa Brevis in F major. Kh h. Kk k.
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Missa brevis in C, "Spatzen". Sonata in C for Keyboard. Sonata in F for Keyboard. Sonata in B-flat for Keyboard. Sonata in E-flat for Keyboard. Sonata in G for Keyboard. La finta giardiniera. Concerto in B-flat for Violin. Concerto in D for Violin. Serenade in D. Concerto for Violin in D. Concerto for Violin in A, " Turkish ".
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Adagio in E for Violin. Serenata notturna in D. Concerto in F for three pianos, No. Concerto in C for Piano, No. Serenade in D, "Haffner". Divertimento in D No. Ki i. Concerto in E-flat for Piano, No. KH H. Missa brevis in B-flat. Sonata in D for Keyboard. Concerto in G for Flute. Sonata in A for Violin and Keyboard. KB B.
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Also numbered Anh. Concerto for Flute and Harp in C. Sonata in E minor for Violin and Keyboard. Kl l. Concerto in E-flat for Two Pianos, No. Vesperae de Dominica in C. Serenade in D, "Posthorn". Andante in C for Flute. Missa solemnis in C. Serenade No. Idomeneo, re di Creta. November — March Serenade in E-flat for Winds.
Twelve Variations on "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman". Rondo for Piano and Orchestra in A major. Canon in B-flat for 6 voices in 1, " Leck mich im Arsch ". Fantasia No. KF F. Kp p. Concerto for Piano in A, No. Rondo for Piano and Orchestra in D major. Serenade in C minor for Winds later arranged as K. O Calpe! Around this, his ability to make the central parts of a line sing within the longer contours of the phrase was remarkable.
The Sonata in E flat K opens with an unusually reflective Adagio movement, to which Lang Lang brought a wonderfully introspective touch. He played with an almost woodwind-like softness of touch here, and lingered on some subtle pauses to excellent effect. Interestingly, he launched straight into the turbulent A minor Sonata K without a pause, quickly finding some enormous power and intensity.
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An enthusiastic burst of applause followed, before some fabulously warm expressiveness in the slow movement, especially beautiful in the late reappearance of the first theme. The requisite light touch was always present when called upon, but he showed himself quite willing to indulge in rubato and free dynamic interpretation. A few of the more aggressive sforzando accents felt overdone, but the superb wit and often simple elegance which coloured his playing showed just what a delight Mozart can be.
There was astonishing virtuosity on show from early in no. In no. There was a great deal of showmanship in much of the programme, but in no. There was a lilting spring in the step of the later variations, leading to a final few minutes full of enormous joy and light.