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Moonlight Sonata COMPLETE with Letter-Note Names | All 3 MVMTS | Sheet Music with Labeled Notes

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PROFESSIONALLY COMPILED AND ANNOTATED BY KENT D. SMITH, COLLEGE-DEGREED MUSIC INSTRUCTOR.

NOTE: INDIVIDUAL DETAILS FOR EACH OF THE PIECES IN THIS BUNDLE ARE AVAILBLE BY CLICKING ANY OF THE THREE PRODUCT IMAGES.

This package contains all three movements of Beethoven’s beloved Piano Sonata No. 14, popularly called “Moonlight,” complete and unabridged.

Each note is labeled with its musical letter-name, as in E, Bb, A, F3.

Further package details can be found below.

Reminder: INDIVIDUAL DETAILS FOR EACH OF THE PIECES IN THIS BUNDLE ARE AVAILABLE BY CLICKING ANY OF THE PRODUCT IMAGES.

 

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Moonlight Sonata 14 — All Three Movements with Letter Note-Names

Professionally notated formal piano sheet music, made easier to read, with musically accurate letter names added to each note.

Please note: Each of these 3 selections may also be bought individually.


Prepared and Annotated by Kent D. Smith,  Founder of ‘Piano with Kent’ ( a free Music Education enterprise). Mr. Smith is a College-Degreed Professional which includes Music Instructor, Composer, and Performer.


Piano Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight” Complete (movements 1,2 & 3) with Lettered Notes

Complete and Unabridged!

Original Key!

  • Compiled, notated, and annotated–based strictly and accurately on highly reputable published sources–by Kent D. Smith, college-degreed professional music instructor and performer, founder and operator of PianoWithKent.com (this website).

  • Each note in this sheet music is labeled with its associated letter note-name, such as E, D#, Ab.

  • Letter-note labeled sheet music is especially great for adult piano lovers with some past experience in reading music, but who might have forgotten many important details about naming and reading notes (on both treble and bass staves no less, and in different keys)!


About Piano Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight”

Beethoven’s Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, marked Quasi una fantasiaOp27, No. 2, is a piano sonata written by Ludwig van Beethoven.

The marking, Quasi una fantasia, can be interpreted from the Italian title as “in the nature of a fantasy,” or, “as if improvised.”

Moonlight Sonata  is written three movements, with the First Movement, sometimes called (nicknamed, technically) “The Moonlight Sonata,” being probably the most famous.  However, all three movements, especially the main themes of each, are familiar to countless millions over the last two centuries.  (I mean, this is Ludwig van Beethoven we’re talking about here!)

Where did the name “Moonlight Sonata” come from?

Beethoven dedicated his Piano Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight” to his pupil, Countess Giulietta Guicciardi.  He later confessed to a friend that he was in love with her at the time. The nickname “Moonlight” was not given to Sonata No. 14 by Beethoven himself.  It came into popularity after a music critic at the time used “moonlight” when writing his own descriptive review of the work.

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