Someone has inverted all the intervals in Beethoven’s Für Elise because everything exists somewhere on the internet

1 February 2017, 11:42

Beethoven inverted

By Lizzie Davis

Beethoven’s piano miniature is one of the most famous pieces ever written – every young pianist has had a bash at playing that famous melody. But what would it sounds like if every interval between the notes were inverted?

YouTuber Andrew Huang, whose channel explores music of all genres, has created what he called ‘the Beethoven flip challenge’.

Essentially, using the first as the guide, he flipped all the other notes in the piece.

Here’s what it sounded like

In the words of Andrew himself “you know, I expected it to be worse”.

You can watch the full video of Andrew explaining how he did it right here:

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