Sep 12


Moonlight – Electric Cello (Inspired by Beethoven) – ThePianoGuys

Become a Piano Guys Founder and get our Limited Edition Piano Guys Album (YouTube Hits Vol. 1) here: www.thepianoguys.com Support us by downloading this song at one of the following links: Our site (Limited Edition) – thepianoguys.com iTunes – itunes.apple.com Check out the Dubhouse remix on iTunes – itunes.apple.com For Sheet Music go here: thepianoguys.com Follow ThePianoGuys here: www.thepianoguys.com Facebook www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Behind the Scenes: www.youtube.com Moonlight was inspired by the great composer Ludwig Van Beethoven and his masterpiece “Moonlight Sonata,” written for piano. It was written for piano, of course, because the electric cello had yet to be invented… “I used both of my 5-string electric cellos (one tuned extra high and one extra low) and the acoustic cellos to give this piece a unique feel and a high level of emotion. I used another melody from Beethoven — try and guess what it is (guess before you scroll down to the credits where it is listed!) It starts at 1:21 and reoccurs throughout the tune. This melody happened spontaneous in the studio and saved the tune from a bad case of writer’s block.” -Steven Sharp Nelson Credits Music produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Written and performed by Steven Sharp Nelson Inspired by Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” and the melody from Beethoven’s 7th Symphony, 2nd movement (Allegretto) Recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios Video produced by Paul

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May 08


Moonlight Sonata

dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven

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Jan 25


Zimerman -Beirnstein play Beethoven 5th concerto(complete)

FOR Zimerman-Beirntein Beetroven 4th piano concerto www.youtube.com Piano Concerto #5 in E flat major Op. 73 (Emperor) by Ludwig Van Beethoven with the Wiener Philharmoniker conducted by Leonard Bernstein. Mvt. 3. Rondo: Allegro Biography: Krystian Zimerman Born: December 4, 1956 — Zabrze, Poland The outstanding Polish pianist, Krystian Zimerman, began to study piano at age 5 with his father, also a pianist. Two years later he became a student of Andrzej Jasiński, with him he later studied at the Katowice Conservatory until his training was completed. In 1973 he won top honors at the Ludwig van Beethoven International Piano Competition in Hradec Kralove. In 1975 he won 1st prize at the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warasaw, which launched his international career. Artur Rubinstein invited Zimerman to Paris in 1976, and this would prove very significant to the development of the young artist. Krystian Zimerman then played with great success in Munich, London, Paris and Vienna. In 1976 he was soloist with the Berliner Philharmoniker. He made his first American appearance in 1978, and subsequently toured throughout the world to great critical acclaim. He has performed with many exceptional orchestras and worked with some of the world’s most outstanding conductors, including Claudio Abbado, Leonard Bernstein, Pierre Boulez, Herbert von Karajan, Bernard Haitink, Seiji Ozawa, Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, André Previn, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

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Jan 20


How To Play “Fur Elise” Piano Tutorial / Sheet Music (Beethoven)

Fur Elise Sheet Music: bit.ly Request A Tutorial: bit.ly Share this on Facebook: on.fb.me My Facebook Page!: www.facebook.com Follow me on Google+!: bit.ly My Music!: bit.ly T-Shirt Link: bit.ly My Website!: joeraciti.com In thispiano tutorial I show you how to play “Fur Elise” by Ludwig Van Beethoven. You can find my other tutorials by searching the name of the song you want to play + “Joe Raciti” or “jraciti1″. If you would like different piano lessons from the ones I have posted, you can submit a request at the “Request A Tutorial” link above. Otherwise, leave a comment in the comment section or thumbs up an existing comment to let me know what songs you would like me to teach you. I can’t promise that I’ll be able to get to them but I will at least consider your recommendations. My free online lessons are made with love and don’t cost you a dime so please, let me know you appreciate what I do by leaving a comment, favoriting, sharing, and subscribing.

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Jan 15


Beethoven – Für Elise [Easy Piano Tutorial]

More tutorials: www.youtube.com Share this video on Facebook: on.fb.me Share this video on Twitter: clicktotweet.com Piano tutorial for beginners: how to play Ludwig Van Beethoven – Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor, commonly known as Für Elise (“For Elise” – “Para Elisa”). One of his most popular compositions. This is a simplified version, adapted for beginners. Subscribe! www.youtube.com Twitter! www.twitter.com Facebook! www.facebook.com

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