Moonlight sonata notes in letters

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Moonlight Sonata - Beethoven - Piano Tutorial Easy SLOW - How To Play (Synthesia)

Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (1st mvt) sheet music for Piano

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“Moonlight Sonata” is Ludwig van Beethoven's distinctive piano composition, We have prepared the sheet of letter notes to help you learn this piece in no time!.
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Composed between and , this popular piece is one of Beethoven's best known piano works. Instead, the rather pedestrian title of Piano Sonata No. In many ways, Beethoven was a revolutionary. More than any other composer of his day, he was responsible for pushing convention and welcoming in the Romantic era of classical music. This work is a prime example of his refusal to follow the status quo: not for Beethoven the traditional fast—slow—fast pattern of how it was then perceived a sonata should sound. Instead — and astonishingly for the time — he chose to open with a slow, hypnotic set of arpeggios this is where the notes of a chord are broken up and played one after another, instead of all at the same time.

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    Listening to Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata," with its moody minors and grab bag of sharps, is like turning through page after suspenseful page of a forlorn Romantic era novel.

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