Für Elise

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Bagatelle No. 25 in A meenor (WoO 59, Bia 515, an OEISA123456) for solo piano, commonly kent as "Für Elise" or "Fuer Elise" (German: [fyːɐ̯ ʔeˈliːzə] ( listen), Scots: "For Elise", whiles written withoot the German umlaut merk as "Fur Elise"), is ane o Ludwig van Beethoven's maist popular composeetions.[1][2][3] It is uisually clessified as a bagatelle, but it is an aa sometimes referred tae as an Albumblatt.

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  1. William Kinderman, The Cambridge Companion to Beethoven, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 125–126, ISBN 978-0-521-58934-5
  2. Dorothy de Val, The Cambridge Companion to the piano, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998, p. 131, ISBN 978-0-521-47986-8, "Beethoven is here [in the 1892 Repertory of select pianoforte works] only by virtue of 'Für Elise', but there is a better representation of later composers such as Schubert ... , Chopin ... , Schumann ... and some Liszt."
  3. Morton Manus, Alfred's Basic Adult All-In-One Piano Course, Book 3, New York: Alfred publishing, p. 132, ISBN 978-0-7390-0068-7