Remington String Ensemble - Moonlight Sonata / Hymn To The Sun (Shellac)


  1. Brarg
    Moonlight Sonata, byname of Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2: Sonata quasi una fantasia, solo piano work by Ludwig van Beethoven, admired particularly for its mysterious, gently arpeggiated, and seemingly improvised first ceticerdirilenebullerslifetdist.coinfo piece was completed in , published the following year, and premiered by the composer himself, .
  2. Gujind
    $ / Moonlight Sonata for Guitar composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (). Arranged by Robert Tarchara. For guitar solo. Solo. Classical. Intermediate. Sheet Music. Text Language: English. 4 pages. Published by Santorella Publications.
  3. Gojar
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  4. Magrel
    Beethoven completed Piano Sonata 14 in It was originally named “Quasi una fantasia” which translates to “almost a fantasy.” It is also commonly known as Moonlight Sonata. It is referred to as Moonlight Sonata because a music critic by the name of Ludwig Rellstab compared it to the moonlight shining upon Lake Lucerne. He dedicated.
  5. Mazulrajas
    Jul 13,  · Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata belongs to his Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor. This beautiful first movement has been transcribed for the guitar many times. This is my own arrangement of the.
  6. Vokus
    Also appears as "Masterpiece Records". A cheap label for classical recordings started in by Musicraft Records which had vanished by the end of the s. Masterpiece records were inexpensive pressings of classical and operatic pieces intended for sales in dime stores. Generic artist names (such as "Symphony Orchestra") are.
  7. Kagaramar
    string ensemble: Moonlight Sonata-ABeethoven: string ensemble: The Golden Cockerel: Hymn to the Sun-ARimsky-Korsakoff: soprano and orchestra: I Love You-AGrieg: soprano and orchestra: Lullaby-ABrahms: salon orchestra: Prelude in g minor-ARachmaninoff: salon orchestra: Poeme-AFibich:
  8. Dourn
    Feb 22,  · The first movement of Beethoven’s sonata “Moonlight” has a triple meter. The movement begins softly with an octave in the left hand and smooth triplets in the right hand. As well, there is dissonance in this piece, the melody played by the right hand, is played against the accompanying triplet rhythm.

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