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In M flat key and the third of the set Mozart consisting, the Keyboard Sonata (K. 281) opens with an Allegro in sonata form. Almost soon after the restatement of the four-measure theme commences, Mozart goes away from the tonic toward the dominant, F major. A great insistent repeated-note figure is the central feature from the secondary theme, which quickly gives approach to a trilled closing purpose. After a harmonically daring development section all of us hear among Mozart's many predictable recapitulations, tracing the exposition completely and fixing everything to the tonic before closing with out a coda.
Designated Andante amoroso, the gradual movement is sonata contact form with a short development. A large leap at the start of the supplementary theme contrasts with the descending scale that produces up the initially theme. Trills and unexpected dynamic contrasts inject power into an otherwise serene atmosphere that pervades the entire movement. As in the Allegro, the recapitulation follows exactly the path of the exposition, except for the modifications important to remain in the tonic, E flat significant. The motion closes without a coda.
The concluding Rondeau (or rondo is mixed with components of sonata kind. The first episode (section B) is around the dominant, Farrenheit major, hence preparing the way in which for the first (and only partial) return from the rondo motif. In the manner of the recapitulation, a similar episode comes back nearly in full and settled to the tonic just before the very last statement with the rondo and the close of the movement.