This jazz version of Mozart's 'Rondo Alla Turca' is cooler than you're expecting

24 April 2017, 11:11

Jazz Mozart

By Amy MacKenzie

Pianist Sandro Gegechkori gave an audience a treat to a fabulous jazz improvisation on Mozart's 'Rondo Alla Turca' inspired by Fazil Say's arrangement of the cheery classical work.

Have you got the Monday blues? Your day is about to vastly improve thanks to this jazzy improvisation on Mozart's 'Rondo Alla Turca' from his Piano Sonata No. 11.

Pianist Sandro Gegechkori gave the audience a treat to a fabulous jazz improvisation inspired by Turkish composer Fazil Say's arrangement on the famous piano work during his recital in the Mozarthaus in Vienna, and somehow manages to make one of the merriest pieces in classical music even more cheerful. Check it out here:

Mozart-Turkish March (Jazz Improvisation) By Sandro Gegechkori.mp4

Sandro Gegechkori Piano recital in Mozarthaus, Vienna.


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