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Piano Sonata No.14 in C# minor - Moonlight 1st movement Beethoven Hilfe Details des Opus
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Beethoven finished this piano sonata in 1801, labelling it quasi una fantasia - almost a fantasy. It opens with the melancholic, dreamy, triplet passage that has made it famous, and clearly places this work into the romantic camp, differing from Beethoven's earlier works which are more classical in style. Like its sister sonata, Op.27, No.1. Beethoven's dedication to Giulietta Guicciardi was apparently transfered at the last minute to this work from the Rondo in G, Op.51, No.2, so probably the sonata is not an indication of love to this 16 year old pupil as has been speculated. Both sonatas in Op.27, as well as the three sonatas of Op.26 were published together by Cappi of Vienna in 1802. The nickname "moonlight" was given to the work by the poet/musician Heinrich F.L. Rellstab, then a critic in Berlin, around 1832 and borrowed by the publisher. Rellstab claimed the title was prompted by the vision "of a boat on Lake Lucerne by a luminous night." According to Czerny, Beethoven resented the popularity of this sonata. "Everyone is always talking about the C-sharp minor sonata! Surely I have written better things." There was even a performance by Liszt in Paris in 1835 in which the pianist played the second and third movements, and an orchestra played the first. This sonata is considered to be from Beethoven's Second Period of composition in which he tried to expand the dimensions and form of the sonata without being restricted to classical convention.
Category: Sonata Solo Featuring Piano Classical Period
Time Signature 4 /4 Key Signature   C# Minor Wiedergabe mit MP3-Player unten.

1    This triplet figure sets the mood and forms the accompaniment.

2    This is the main theme, heard above the triplet accompaniment pattern.
 No score for this tune is available yet.
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