10 Easy but Beautiful Piano Pieces that Sound Impressive

Keep reading about easy but beautiful piano pieces that sound impresive. So you decided to play the piano and started it.  How long ago did you begin? If you want easy but imressive piano songs, now we recommend an article for you. Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find the great answers for the question, which easy songs you should try to play. Piano is a musical instrument about which we can say it’s evergreen. Lots of people want to study to play piano when they are young. Playing on it is so romantic, isn’t it?

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As for me I played the bassoon when I was younger, and I was regarded to be talented. The only problem was that I started it too late. Nowadays if somebody is gifted in music, he/she must begin learning it at a very young age, about at the age of five. Luckily playing some music just for fun is not related to any certain age. So, sit down to your piano and choose a song!

We have picked three songs from Insider Monkey’s list. The Piano Sonata No. 11 A major, K331 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is the first choice of ours. This is one of the easier Mozart’s sonatas, but its performance can last as long as 20 minutes! It consists of three parts, or movements: Andante grazioso (theme and variations), Menuetto (menuetto and trio) and the last movement and probably the most famous part – Rondo alla Turca or the Turkish March. We have picked the first movement, the Andante grazioso for this list, since it is the easiest one and still sounds amazing. The Entertainer by Scott Joplin is the second one. This piece is probably most known from the movie the Sting form 1973, but it was composed some 70 years earlier. It is a classic ragtime music piece and Scott Joplin was one of the most famous ragtime composers. This composition is on the number 10 on the list of the best Songs of the (20th) Century compiled by Recording Industry Association of America. The third one is PRelude, No. 20, Op. 28 in C minor by Frederyk Chopen. Let’s jump now to something more serious regarding the emotional impression of the composition. Chopin was a famous Polish composer of Romanticism, famous for his grave melodies and nocturne music. This very composition was used by other composers, like Rachmaninoff or Busoni for their Variations on a Theme of Chopin.

For any further useful tips, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 easy but beautiful piano pieces that sound impresive

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