Identifying a piano sonata

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Could you please help me to identify a piano sonata? If it helps, I remember playing it in my second year of piano classes.

I tried sound search with shazam, sound hound and midomi, to no avail.

This is a recording of the first cadenza of the sonata.

Adam Kurkiewicz

Posted 2018-04-01T09:52:05.040

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Results of a Musipedia keyboard search (URL below) claim that this melody is from Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 in C, 1st movement, 2nd theme, but I'm listening now and haven't spotted it yet. http://www.musipedia.org/search.0.html?sourceid=flash&tx_mpsearch_pi1%5Bsubmit_button%5D=Search&tx_mpsearch_pi1%5Bpc%5D=hum%2000-102-100/922-106-100/1870-109-100/2745-107-100/3094-106-100/3387-104-100/3758-102-100/4118-101-100/4670-101-100/5256-104-100/5828-104-100/6425-107-100&coll=m&rvp=0.5&filtertext=&onlymatchfrom=0

– mlibby – 2018-04-02T17:32:35.967

Try finding piano pieces that are explicitly in C major. Your passage is in C major, after all. It definitely sounds like classical music to me (I suspect it's from before the Romantic era, too). – Dekkadeci – 2018-04-02T23:32:09.613

Don't know it, but I'd be looking through Mozart sonatas. That Alberti bass is pretty characteristic. – BobRodes – 2018-04-03T06:13:26.937

I'm with @Bob on this one, it sounds like the start of one of Mozart's sonata's in C major. He wrote a lot of sonata's, but only a small part of them are in C. – Mast – 2018-04-03T14:40:35.617

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