I'm thinking of doin' some music analyzing.
And simply put; is there any concerti (or other orchestral piece) by Mozart which is considered to be "typical mozart"? I'm kinda trying to get an overview on the guy.
Any tips would be of help.
The piano concerto #25 in C has a nice book with a score and essays of analysis. Sir Donald Fancis Tovey used it as an example of the classical concerto par excellence. It is the culmination of his Vienna style, but not as popular as the D minor and C Minor ones that got him labeled an early romantic by some. Any of the ones after K449 are in his mature concerto style. Have fun and enjoy,
I haven't done enough analysis myself to answer your question (to me all his pieces sound typical, yet unique and atypical ), however here's a great Mozart resource if you (or anyone reading this) didn't know about it...
If you look at his early symphonies, I think they still definitely have his style (melodically, at least), yet are quite simple, perhaps easier to analyze ... it might be easy to pull out some elements of his style from those.