Music Composers Unite!
Oh my. It's quite the beast. It trully is revolultion. In everything. At the same time it is like a textbook written for the piano-everything you can do with it is in that sonata. Every possible range of the clavier, every dynamic, is there. The music has so many layers that makes you wonder, was he perhaps planing a symphonic work?
And the spirit of the music. So forceful and vigorous, yet unstable, sometimes overjoyed and pompous, sometimes strugling, shouting in agony. Pure Beethoven.
Damn it, Valentina, even pressing the notes is a feat in itself, and you're just strolling through the whole thing, as if it was fur elise.
You're good, but nothing compares to that first time I heard it live. When we got out of the hall we could hardly speak.