November is ‘Moonlight Sonata’ Month — All 3 Movements – Piano Sheet Music with Letter Note Names

Ludwig Van Beethoven | Moonlight Sonata | piano sheet music with letter-note names added

Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 14 “Moonlight” with Lettered Notes | Complete and Unabridged | 1st, 2nd, & 3rd  Movements

IMPORTANT: You  may also buy any of these movements separately!

PACKAGE PRICE–ALL THREE MOVEMENTS AT A  DISCOUNT

Complete and unabridged. Easy to Read. Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata  piano  sheet music with letter-names added to each note.

Compiled, notated, annotated and cross-checked against highly reputable published sources by Kent D. Smith, professional music instructor and performer (that’s me).


LETTERED NOTES

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

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FREE Interactive Piano Chord Catalog of 108+ Piano Chords

VISUAL PIANO CHORD BOOK from PIANO WITH KENT

UPDATE Nov. 17, 2020: You can now purchase a downloadable PDF version of this complete piano chord book HERE.

Here is an interactive  eBook that I put together as a reference for my Piano Chords 108 series.

IMPORTANT

This book can serve very well as a stand-alone reference for checking your piano chords.

HOWEVER

The primary purpose of myPiano Chords 108 series is to teach piano students how to memorize all 108 of these chords, as they appear on the piano keyboard, without the use of any external reference.

In that context, then, this catalog can be used simply to check your understanding of the memorization system taught here.

 

THE INTERACTIVE CHORD BOOK IS AT BOTTOM!

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The Complete ‘Clair de Lune’ Sheet Music with Letters

Claude Debussy’s timeless and extremely popular piano piece, Clair de Lune, is well-known around the world.  Its origins include influences from poetry, the music of Bach’s time (the Baroque period), and the artistic school of Impressionism.

The piece’s name means “moonlight.” It is the third movement of a four-part work called Suite Bergamasque.

 

Debussy’s music was a major departure from the Romantic music of the 19th century.  He, along with composer Maurice Ravel, is regarded as a primary founder of what came to be known as French Impressionism.