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Beethoven's first piano sonata is dedicated to his teacher, Joseph Haydn. While he was writing this sonata, Beethoven was studying counterpoint with Johann Georg Albrechtsberger. Beethoven later called Albrechtsberger "a musical pedant," and Albrechtsberger claimed that Beethoven had "learned absolutely nothing and will never accomplish anything decent." Albrechtsberger seems to have miscalculated.
Heavy, smooth, soft white paper and consistent, dark printing make Polonius editions stand out. Pianists will delight in the sturdy spiral binding, which allows scores to easily lay flat when opened to any page.
- Easy to play
- Spiral bound
- Printed on fine, 24lb cream paper
- 17 pages, 8.5" x 11"
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