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Ivo Pogorelich plays Beethoven’s “Fur elise”. Video messes up in some spots, but it’s nothing too bad.

Beethoven Himself ———————– Für Elise arranged for Piano & Orchestra: www.youtube.com Turkish March by Mozart for Piano & Orchestra: www.youtube.com Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy by Tchaikovsky: www.youtube.com tags : Orginal,not modified,pianoversion,fur,fur elise,beethoven,ludwig,ludwig van,mozart,classic

If this video helps you and you want to help the channel grow, using the Like and Share buttons above is a great way to do it. Thank you very much for watching! How to play on the piano Ludwig Van Beethoven – Bagatelle No 25 in A minor (Für Elise – For Elise). Easy piano tutorial for beginners. More tutorials: www.youtube.com Subscribe to keep up with the latest: www.youtube.com Facebook! www.facebook.com Twitter! www.twitter.com

Für Elise, by Ludwig van Beethoven, played by Stephen Malinowski, with bar-graph and conventional scores. FAQ To download this video or make a contribution to support this project: vimeo.com Q: Where can I get the music for this piece? A: The score in the video is available for free here: www.musanim.com And here’s a version for a solo melody instrument (like flute): www.musanim.com Q: What does “Für Elise” mean? A: For Elisa; read more about it here: en.wikipedia.org Q: I am trying to learn this piece, but the rhythm is confusing. Help! A: You are right, the rhythm is confusing. I had the same trouble when I was first trying to learn the piece. The reason for this is that Beethoven is playing a rhythmic trick on us; the piece is notated in 3/8 time, but the notes sometimes form 3/8 groups and sometimes form 3/4 groups (or, at the beginning, 2/4). I’ve made a version of the score that shows how this works; you might find that it is easier to learn from this: www.musanim.com Q: I want to learn to play the piano; what advice can you give me? A: I’ve put some suggestions here: www.musanim.com Q: Did Beethoven write this when he was deaf? A: Beethoven started losing his hearing in 1796, when he was about 26 years old; Carl Czerny said that he could hear music in 1812, but he was almost completely deaf by 1814. He wrote Fur Elise 1808 and 1810, so he probably could hear it, at least a little. In any case, he could certainly hear it perfectly “in his head,” since he could read

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Perhaps one of Beethoven’s most popular pieces-”Fur Elise” (translated into For Elise). The picture is one of Beethoven when he was a middle-age man (fairly old, but nowhere close to done as far as musical accomplishments are concerned). Thank you for watching.

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Back when I made this video, there was no full version of Für Elise on guitar here on youtube! So, I decided to learn it and record it to fill the gap. :D * Tabs: freddegredde.com * Download my music here: freddegredde.com