PERFORMER “艺术家名” TITLE “专辑名” FILE “文件名.ape” WAVE TRACK 01 AUDIO TITLE “【歌曲标题Title】in C, K279 i Allegro” PERFORMER “【艺术家Artist】Mitsuko Uchida” INDEX 00 00:00:00 INDEX 01 00:00:33 TRACK 02 AUDIO TITLE “in C, K279 ii Andante” PERFORMER “Mitsuko Uchida” INDEX 00 04:49:03 INDEX 01 04:52:53 TRACK 03 AUDIO TITLE “in C, K279 iii Allegro” PERFORMER “Mitsuko Uchida” INDEX 00 10:34:03 INDEX 01 10:36:53
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 7 in C major, K 309 (284b) (1777) is a piano sonata in three movements:
1. Allegro con spirito
2. Andante un poco adagio
3. Rondo (allegretto grazioso)
Einstein : Beethoven “created” his music,but the music of Mozart was of such purity and beauty one felt he had merely “found”it — that it had always existed as part of the inner beauty of the Universe,waiting to be revealed.
The bass riff kicks in and builds to the instrumental theme followed by the repetitive, nursery rhyme-like verse and chorus twice.
The song breaks-down into a spoken passage by Farian before it goes back into the bass riff and repeats the verse and chorus for the last time.
With its slightly hypnotic, repetitive bassline and strings and likewise repetitive, bright female vocals, the track is highly typical of mid-seventies “Munich disco”.
About Euro disco
Euro disco was not as funky, more pop oriented, and less soul influenced than American styled disco. European acts Silver Convention, Love and Kisses, Munich Machine, and American acts Donna Summer and the Village People, were acts that defined the late 1970s Eurodisco sound.