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    Default Beethoven sonatas for analysis,,,,,,,,,,

    HI.I have such a question like this: what is his(Beethoven's) work could be is so useful to analyze the chords progressions///mere chords/ Basic of course, the Beethoven piano<<<<<<<<<<<<<< may be Chaikovsky pieces?
    Last edited by Listenerris; Jan-13-2020 at 05:50.
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    Try the slow movements of Moonlight Sonata, Pathetique.
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    I'll try them. Now I'm started studying opus 2. Sonata 3.
    Last edited by Listenerris; Jan-15-2020 at 10:40.
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