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"K.K. Sonata" is a K.K. Slider song that appeared in Animal Crossing: City Folk as a new addition to the game. It has a sad, 18th century mood, and is a classical composition that has a piano soloist throughout the whole song, without any other instruments accompanying the solitary pianist. Fittingly, the album cover depicts K.K. Slider parodying portraits of 17th-century German baroque composers: the cover's graphic design is clearly a reference to the long-standing tradition of uniform, yellow titles on the cover art of albums released on the classical record label Deutsche Grammophon.
The live version follows the correct structure for a sonata: exposition, development, and recapitulation, ending with a coda. The aircheck version forgoes this structure so that it can loop, only moving through exposition and development.
Annalise, Beardo, Miranda (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Muffy, Julia, Billy (both in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo), Hippeux, Klaus, and Olivia (both as of New Horizons) play this song if they own a stereo.
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