The 3rd movement of this piece and the 3rd movement of Moonlight Sonata are my ultimate favorite pieces of Beethoven to play. Beethoven is by far, the best composer that ever lived. The only downside of this piece is that there is no fingering marks, so i don't know when I'm playing the right fingering. Does anyone where I can find this piece with fingering included?
WOW, this sonata is Thrilling!
by mairdteteon April 28th, 2007
If you haven't heard this sonata, RuN to listen to it, it is THRILLING!! I believe it is an inspired work. To me that means you just adore it instantly!!I am studying it now and it is harder than you would think. I didn't know things from the classical period could be so difficult, but I assure you the effort is worth it.Good luck to "anonymous" of March 9th.Enjoy!
by anonymouson March 9th, 2007
Thank you to Michael who wrote on the 19th of December 2006. With your words of amazement I am now determined to learn this piece and play it perfectly. Thank you!
by Michaelon December 19th, 2006
This piece is very complex and technically difficult. The first time hearing it, I was amazed and astounded by the amount of effort needed to be put into it. The first movement is inspiring. Then, the second movement provides relief for the fingers. But the third movement is burning with passion. I'm astounded at anyone who can play this piece successfully. Good luck
by anonymouson July 29th, 2006
This piece was a very nice piano piece. If you like this song, you would probably like Chopin and Rimsky-Korsakov