Beethoven Piano Sonata 16

Opus 31, No. 1


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Beethoven Piano Sonata 16 –First Edition

Vienna, 1803.

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Beethoven Piano Sonata 16 –Interesting Facts

The first sonata of Op.31 is by far the funniest of the 32 Beethoven sonatas, and it is a bit difficult to explain why it is not one of the most famous of all; all movements feature engaging melodies and brims with humor from subtle to ironically gross.


Beethoven Piano Sonata 16 –Novelties

You’ve got the first movement, where the hands can’t play together and the development is built almost entirely around an apparently inconsequential motif, the second, which is a joyfully overlong and increasingly absurd parody of (bad) Italian opera, and the third, full of wily chromatic movement and wry counterpoint.