Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata - Full





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Published on Nov 7, 2010

Here are the times for the start of each movement:
0:00 - Mvt. I
5:39 - Mvt. II
8:26 - Mvt. III

Also, here are the times I got interrupted by my worrisome mother:

Sometime around December of 2009, I spontaneously decided to visit my campus late at night around 1 AM, and record myself playing around. I hadn't played for a single note for a little over a month, and so it was a little sloppy here and there. I was also interrupted by my a couple of phone calls during the recording, but I kept recording anyway because it was late and I was getting tired.

This recording is a nonstop recording of all three movements of Beethoven's fourteenth piano sonata (opus 27, no 2, in c sharp minor), entitled "Moonlight." It's not perfect, but I hope you enjoy.

April 16, 2012 Edit: Thanks guys for the overwhelming support. I'm ecstatic that many of you have found this video and have enjoyed it, and I'm grateful that I can share such a wonderfully written work of music with you all.

August 12, 2012 Edit: I've been asked this a lot, so I decided to put this in my description box. I first learned the sonata at the age of 12, and back then it took my half a year to fully learn. At the age of 21, I relearned the sonata for my senior recital, and it took me about about three months to relearn it, but only because I was working on four other pieces plus a personal composition. If I had only worked on this sonata alone, I could have relearned it in about a month's worth of time.


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