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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicClassical · 1 decade ago

best classical piano piece?

i mostly like sad depressing music.

hahaha i like beethoven a lot.

something that's a bit sad, like his moonlight sonata [first movement]

something that's interesting.

i also like chopin, one of my favorites being the nocturne in c#.

but yeah, what's yoru favorite classical piano piece?

please be accurate and detailed with the piece name.

i might want to play it :]

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I love Chopin very much - his music is glorious.

    My favourite piano piece (at the moment) is probably Nocturne Op.72 No.1, in E minor. It's so moving and haunting.

  • lor
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Best Classical Piano Pieces

  • 5 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I love Beethoven too!

    It's really hard for me to decide what's the best classical piano piece, but currently for me it'd be between Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Third Movement and Chopin's Heroic Polonaise.

    Both are challenging, but very rewarding, and I'm currently working on them.

    Cheers!(:

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  • 1 decade ago

    My two favorite Chopin pieces(for piano solo), are:

    "Polonaise in A-flat major"(not sad).

    "Ballade in G-Minor"(although it's all over the place in terms of "emotionality", it does have a somewhat sad portion).

    But both or difficult to perform at the proper tempo; so I wouldn't try them until you are a little more advanced.

    Are you familiar with his "Preludes"? Some are very mournful; and some rather difficult, but also some very simple and easy to play from a technical point of view.

    Cesar Franck composed a mystically beautiful piece for piano and orchestra, the first portion of which you might enjoy; but, it does end very up-beat.

    "Symphonic Variations". You can listen to this on You Tube.

    Alberich

  • 1 decade ago

    Any solo piano piece by Chopin, I also like Ludovico Einaudi a lot.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I like Mozart and Beethoven also. See:

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    http://beststudentviolins.com/pianolit.html

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    4 years ago

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    best classical piano piece?

    i mostly like sad depressing music.

    hahaha i like beethoven a lot.

    something that's a bit sad, like his moonlight sonata [first movement]

    something that's interesting.

    i also like chopin, one of my favorites being the nocturne in c#.

    but yeah, what's yoru favorite classical piano...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I am also a minor and sad music lover...the few below are my favourites, their easy to the ears but really deep and emotional:

    Chopin nocturne op.9 no.1 and 2

    Chopin nocturne op.72 no.1

    Beethovan moonlight sonata 1st mvt

    Mendlessohn songs without words 'the sighing wind'

    chopin grand walts

    Chopin waltz in A minor

    ...i also love chopin

  • 1 decade ago

    Best? Impossible to answer.

    But my favorite has to be Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody no2," which, btw, was immortalized by Tom and Jerry in the Oscar winning - and hilarious - cartoon "The Cat Concerto" from 1947.

    If you haven't watched it, you're in for a treat. lol.

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