Beethoven Meets Chopin
If you know anything about classical composers then you ought to know that Beethoven and Chopin had nothing to do with each other. They are both magnificent composers in their own right, but they lived at different times, in different countries, and their music compositions fall into entirely different classical genres.
Beethoven is most famous for his classical era orchestral symphonies. Chopin is known as being the king of fiendish piano studies from the Romantic period. Beethoven’s musical works feature loud brass and very definite melodies. Chopin, on the other hand specialised in writing piano music with cascading scalic passages which merged into each other to create something really very beautiful – but entirely unlike Beethoven.
A Youtuber who goes by the name of Syd R Duke has done the unimaginable. He has managed to play Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in the style of Chopin. The video of him doing this on his digital piano can be found along with other piano videos on his Youtube channel.
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