Here is the guitar lesson for the arrangement I did of Mozart’s famous Rondo alla Turca. This is one of his most famous pieces and it always pops up in movies, commercials, etc. The piece is the third movement of his Piano Sonata No. 11.
It uses a rondo form which is a form with a second that repeats a lot. A common rondo form would be: ABACBA.
I made this arrangement of the Rondo Alla Turca last year and finally got around to recording it. It took so long because it is difficult and I wanted to adjust the arrangement so that it was less difficult to play.
Mozart composed this piece in 1778 and is the last movement of his Piano Sonata No. 11. It was meant to imitate the sound of Turkish Janissary Bands.
I’ll be making a teaching video for this song very soon.