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Katherine opens the section of her collection containing a sampling of the vast output of probably the greatest two composers ever.
Despite its nickname, in Beethoven’s mind this was never the 'Moonlight' Sonata. But when the German critic Ludwig Rellstab described the sonata’s famous opening movement as being akin to moonlight flickering across Lake Lucerne, he created a description that would go on to outlive the composer. Today, the Moonlight is the composer’s most famous and most loved solo piano piece.
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