The Sonata Pathetique is one of Beethoven’s most celebrated compositions. A slow and expressive second movement, the Adagio cantabile perfectly exemplifies classical ideals. While it is commonly thought to be one of the few works named by Beethoven himself, it was actually named by his publisher, who was impressed by its tragic sound.
Arranged by Bethany Yeung
Order Code: CC220129
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