Fur Elise, one of classical music's most famous compositions wasn't published for more than half a century.
Long a favorite of piano students, Fur Elise is a classic piano piece that begins with a recognizable theme, repeats it, goes through a more-difficult-to-play section, and then returns to the main theme to finish off the piece.
Many scholars think that Beethoven wrote the piece for Theresa Malfatti von Rohrenbach zu Dezza, a friend and student of the composer. The piano piece, written by Ludwig van Beethoven, on April 27, 1810, was published in 1867, long after the composer died.


Fur Elise is set in A minor and incorporates E major, C major, G major, and F major before returning to A minor at the end. Beethoven proposed marriage to Theresa in 1810, but she turned him down, ending up as the wife of Wilhelm von Drossdik, an Austrian nobleman.
The theory is that the person who discovered the composition wrote Elise instead of Therese. His nine symphones are probably his greatest achievement, each one an unrivalved masterpiece, but he also wrote 5 piano concertos, piano sonatas, string quartets and one opera, Fidelio.


However, recent scholars have suggested that it actually read For Therese - Therese (von Brunswick) being the woman Beethoven fell in love with, and among whose possession the score was eventually discovered.




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