Mozart: 12 Variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman", K.265

Uploaded on Jul 17, 2014

Pages 8
Duration 11:54
Measures 325
Key signature natural
Parts 2
Part names Piano(2)
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So the tune 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' was taken from this piece?
"I'm surprised that after more than four years people still listen to this!" And quite a few! One more thank you, one more follower :)
You're welcome. I'm surprised that after more than four years people still listen to this!
it's because of a certain anime called Shigatsu Wa Kimi No Uso aka Your Lie in April
Thanks!! I really need it for my assignment!! lol

By the way
+1 FOLLOW!!! :)
Thank you for sharing! I listen the song today. And then I search the sheet and find it!
in var Xii, 1st note of 18th bar must be E.
Thanks. You're right and I've fixed it.
I've heard several versions of this k265, it seems like for Var.XII, in F-clef, the 1st note in the 2nd bar should be E. Would you please have a check?
It is a French folk song! Came down interpreted to one of our wonderful nurseries!
don't need to make it complicated. The greatest music is the simple stuff.
Thank you for sharing this. I love it so much.. Hoping to play it...someday. ^^
Thank you so much. Is anyone aware of an adaptation for saxophone (C Melody, Tenor)?
You're welcome.
I'm not sure how an arrangement for solo saxophone could be done, but an arrangement for an ensemble might be possible.
I have seen reference to violin arrangements. I assume they are solo arrangements?
반↗짝↘반↗짝↘ 작↗은↘별↗↗↗
(It means "LOL" in Korean)
It means "Twinkle Twinkle Litter Stars" in Korean.
best version +1 最完整的小星星變奏曲!
thanks for sharing
Thanks so much for this sheet music! It's so pleasant sounding!
Mr Pardo do you have any tips on how to play the right-hand for 0:47? I wonder if there's any particular technique by which the fingers press the keys and also how one should press the pedal.
the fingers I use for the first part of the treble for the first variation are: 32121212 54332323 23545432 21543212 21543212 21543212 15412
sorry if I messed that up, writing this comment really confused me haha
Welcome to MusseScore, and thanks for your kind comment! I have no advice about how to play this, but you might ask on the Piano Group discussion board.
Thank you So So much for sharing this, this is the best version!
You're welcome Sandy, and thanks for your comment! I should probably update it with MS 2.0 for a better piano sound.
thanks you .so many of us have lived and loved this imaginative music for so long .I hope one day top add something to the canon of works modeled on this simple nursery tune .