K.K. Sonata

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#75 K.K. Sonata  
K.K. Sonata NH Texture.png
Live Performance
Mood Sad
Instruments Piano
Owned by Annalise (NL),
Beardo (NL),
Billy (NL),
Hans (NH),
Hippeux (NH),
Klaus (NH),
Lucy (NH),
Miranda (NL, NH),
Olivia (NH),
Jingle (RV)
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese けけのソナタ
Simplified Chinese K.K.奏鸣曲
French Sonate Kéké
Spanish Tota-sonata
Italian K.K. Sonata
Russian Соната К. К.

Korean K.K.소나타
Traditional Chinese K.K.奏鳴曲
Quebec French Sonate Kéké
Latin American Spanish Tota-sonata
German K.K. Sonate
Dutch K.K.-sonate

"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 (both in Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Billy (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo), Hans, Hippeux (both as of Animal Crossing: New Horizons), Julia, Klaus, Lucy (both as of Animal Crossing: New Horizons), Miranda (beginning as of Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Muffy, and Olivia (as of Animal Crossing: New Horizons) play this song if they own a stereo.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけのソナタ
Keke no sonata
K.K.'s Sonata

Korean K.K.소나타
K.K. Sonata

Simplified Chinese K.K.奏鸣曲 (iQue)
K.K. Zòumíngqǔ

Russian Соната К. К.
Sonata K. K.

Dutch K.K.-sonate

German K.K. Sonate

European Spanish Tota-sonata

European French Sonate Kéké

Italian K.K. Sonata