The videos take me a while to make, but I’d like to do a slowed down video version for you of the other sections. I’ll see if I can write it up so all the notes are written in as well on the sheet music! Thanks for this great lesson, but im also with Frank Vosnick – i was in the impression of me learning the whole song. I didn’t mean to be confusing to people, I had it in my head that people would want to learn only the first part because most of my students in seattle get the first two pages done and then want to stop and work on something else! I’m sure you’ll be able to learn the really hard extra pages, its just going to take more practice!!!
I would say E is more correct because it matches up better with the E chord in that measure. I’ll have to wait till next weekend when I have a little more time to upload the video for the full lesson.


I think the next series of lessons we do might be better on DVD, I’ll ask everyone in a survey soon!
I really don’t have a problem with different versions as long as the sound similar and the melody is pretty much the same. Also, If it was a C chord, I would make sure to start with a C on the first beat of the measure, not a G. Even if it’s a more difficult part i would like to get that played the same way as the previous parts.
Great feedback, I just added a table of contents and made a video on how to navigate the site. Ludwig Nohl who discovered it might have changed the sections around a bit, but probably nothing extreme like changing the notes around. 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. But if that’s to timeconsuming for you i could take the whole song played in just one piece as long as i (we) get the double keyboard to see the notes and see your fingering and then figure it out by ourself, and if possible in two speeds, slow and original.
This is almost the same thing we did in when we covered the first half of the song in step 3.
If i get this song going im hooked and getting more from you, but if i only learn the most famous parts or easier then it’s not that fun.



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