Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 260th Anniversary of birth

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Stations of his Life as Reflected in his Piano Music

What remains of this great composer if, on the occasion of his 260th birthday (27.1.2016) , we reduce him to a single genre, namely his piano music? And if we even leave aside the piano concerts, the chamber music and the songs with piano accompaniment? – Surprisingly, quite a lot!

For more than 200 years Mozarts' Piano Sonatas have been part of every pianist's repertoire.
In fact, his piano work alone allows us to roughly follow the path of his life! - from passionate pianist to creator at the piano.

Read here everything about the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart und his piano works.

All Wiener Urtext Editions of Mozart's Works for Piano you will find here.

Complementing the Impromptus and Moments musicaux, the Wiener Urtext Edition now also presents a new edition of the three late piano pieces D 946. The separate edition of these repertoire pieces that have enjoyed increasing popularity since the 1970s has been expanded to include the two piano piano pieces D 916B/C that have survived as fragments and have been completed by Robert D. Levin in close observance of Schubert’s compositional principles.

Murray McLachlan in International Piano Sept-Oct 2015: (…) Levin's achievements are simply outstanding: he has given us two significant additions to the repertoire that deserve wide currency and can be tackled by pianists of diploma level and beyond. Read more

See here the sheet music article published in “International Piano” an buy here the edition.

Urtext Primo series author Nils Franke talks to “International Piano”

“They say good things come in threes, and publisher Wiener Urtext has taken this mantra to heart with its latest sheet music series, Urtext Primo.”

Femke Colborne speaks to series author Nils Franke.