Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata sheet music for French Horn
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About 'Moonlight Sonata'
|Artist:||Beethoven, Ludwig Van (biography) (sheet music)|
|Born:||15/16 December 1770 , Bonn|
|Died:||26 March 1827 , Vienna|
|The Artist:||One of the greatest and most radical composers of all time. A tormented genius, who went deaf in later life and never heard his final works. His nine symphones are probably his greatest achievement, each one an unrivalved masterpiece, but he also wrote 5 piano concertos, piano sonatas, string quartets and one opera, Fidelio.|
The first movement of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 14 'Quasi una fantasia' in C sharp minor Op. 27 No. 2, 'Moonlight' is one of the most popular piano pieces ever written. The sonata got its name when poet Ludwig Rellstab described the music as being 'like moonlight shining on a lake' in 1832.
|Score Key:||C minor (Sounding Pitch) G minor (French Horn in F) (View more C minor Music for French Horn )|
|Time Signature:||2/2 (View more 2/2 Music)|
|Number of Pages:||7|
|Difficulty:||Intermediate Level: Recommended for Intermediate Level players|
|Style:||Classical (View more Classical French Horn Music)|
|Copyright:||© Copyright 2000-2017 Red Balloon Technology Ltd (8notes.com) |
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