Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart only lived to be 35, but he certainly left his mark on the world during his years. His compositions rank among the greatest of the classical works, and many of his melodies are instantly recognized over 200 years after his death.
For the piano student, Mozart’s music is an essential addition to their repertoire. Since some of his pieces lend themselves well to simpler arrangements, even younger students can enjoy the satisfaction of playing works by this classical master. As they progress, they will continue to enjoy the challenges of his expertly crafted works. From the sweet simplicity of “Air” to the excitement of “Turkish March,” piano students can never go wrong with Mozart’s familiar tunes and classical structures.
Piano Sheet Music
Marriage of Figaro for Easy/Level 1 Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
Air for Easy/Level 2 Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
Clarinet Concerto (Theme) for Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
Allegro Level 2 Piano Solo from G Major Music Theory
Lacrymosa from Requium Piano Solo arranged by Gayla
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Intermediate/Level 3 Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
Funeral March for Intermediate/Level 4 Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
Symphony No. 40, First Movement Piano Solo arranged by Gayla
Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman (Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star) for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
Turkish March for Intermediate/Level 5 Piano Solo from Making Music Fun
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Mozart | Piano Book for Easy/Intermediate Piano
The titles of the sheet music above may not immediately sound familiar, but many of the melodies will. (For example, the theme of “Ah vous dirais-je, Ma” would be better known to us as “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” and almost anyone could hum along to “Turkish March” without having any idea what it is called!) To help you name the tunes, the sheet music from Making Music Fun are all accompanied by an audio that you can hear before you download.
Meet the Composer
At age 4 Wolfgang began keyboard lessons playing without fault and with great sensitivity, and by age 5 he was composing short pieces which his father wrote down for him. In the following year Wolfgang and Nannerl began traveling through Europe with their father giving concerts in the courts of Europe. While touring, Mozart learned to play the violin and the organ. Read More…
Great Composer Masterworks for Kids | Free Piano Sheet Music (Level 3)
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Tchaikovsky | Meet the Composer Series Piano Book, Vol. 3
Beethoven | Meet the Composer Series Piano Book, Vol. 1
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