Moonlight Sonata – beethoven – piano

moonlight sonata on piano instruments

“Moonlight Sonata” is Ludwig van Beethoven’s distinctive piano composition, which he wrote in his early thirties.

The letter notes can be found later in the article!

The tempo is rather slow and the melody is not complicated, which makes it a great piece to learn on a piano. Give the sonata a listen, you will most likely recognize it as it has been used in many movies over the last few decades. We have prepared the sheet of letter notes to help you learn this piece in no time!

How to learn playing classical compositions on a piano.

All you need to do is follow the letter notes and play the corresponding keys on your piano or keyboard. If you want to learn more classical compositions on a piano, make sure to check out our “For Elise” and “Four Seasons” tutorials.

G# C# E G# C# E

G# C# E G# C# E

G# C# E G# C# E

G# C# E G# C# E

A C# E A C# E

A D F# A D F#

G# C F# G# C# E

G# C# D# F# C D#

G# G# G# G# G# G#

A G# F# B E

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Beginner’s guide to keyboards!

1. What is a keyboard?
2. Choosing right piano keyboard
3. Notes on the keyboard
4. Major and minor scales
5. Playing songs with letter notes