What is a piano sonata?

Answer A piano sonata is a work for solo piano that usually consists of three to four movements, written in different tempos. Sonatas are characterized by contrasting musical themes that are first stated,... Read More »

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How to Play Sonata on the Piano?

A sonata is a musical composition that consists of three or four movements. The first movement usually has an allegro tempo, and is of moderate speed. The second movement typically has a slow tempo... Read More »

How much does it cost to move a piano through a piano moving company?

Piano movers normally charge as little as $50 and as much as $300 for a local move with a piano, depending on piano style and size. For a long-distance move, expect to pay between $500 and $1,000.S... Read More »

How many notes are in the piano part of Tchaikovsky's"Piano Concerto No. 2"?

The 11 bars of solo piano between bars 137 and 148 in the first movement of Tchaikovsky's "Piano Concerto No. 2" contain a total of 523 notes. Most of these notes are organized into triads.Referenc... Read More »

Piano man piano solo and harmonica cover?

Just my opinion. I have mixed feelings about Piano Man. It's impressive if you can sing and play the piano and play the harmonica all at the same time and do it well. On the other hand, I've hea... Read More »