Mozart – Alla Turca – Turkish March (60 Minutes Version)

Mozart – Alla Turca – Turkish March (60 Minutes Version)

Published on Jul 17, 2014/214,439

Rondo Alla Turca by Mozart in a 60 minutes rendition from a very rare LP recording featuring piano and orchestra with a repetition of the piece for more than 10 times. This version of the Alla Turca, also known as the Turkish March is the only one accompanied by a symphony orchestra with a more soothing and deep sound of this true master piece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

The melodic lines in the orchestra are more in the style of Beethoven & Tchaikovsky than Mozart, and remind a little bit of the James Bond Theme, but the concept of the piece is originally followed. Let’s say that this is a modern version of the Turkish March enhanced with the rich orchestral sound.

Enjoy and relax while listening to this really long and calming version of Rondo alla Turca, which can be used for various occasions like music for healing, reading, homework, learning, relaxing, stress relief and even for a musical ambiance if you have some guests at home and when doing any other useful things as well.

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Tags: Mozart, Turkish March, Alla Turca, Rondo, Original, Long version, 60 minutes, Wolfgang, Amadeus, Austria, Salzburg, Piano, Orchestra, Piano Sonata No. 11, Relaxing, Stress relief, famous, classical music, concentration, learning, study, zen, music for healing, reading, Моцарт, Турецкий марш, Türkische Marsch, Marsz Turecki, Türk Marşı

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4 responses to “Mozart – Alla Turca – Turkish March (60 Minutes Version)

  1. Rien de mieux qu’un vinyl pour restituer l’âme d’un grand Classique …!!!

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