Classical piano compositions can be performed in a variety of settings. When most individuals hear the term classical piano, they envision a solo piece, such as a piano sonata, or an orchestral arrangement in which the piano is heavily featured and may even have several solos throughout the piece. In a sonata, the piano moves through three or four separate movements, with the first taking on the traditional sonata form. A popular classical piano sonata composition is Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, Dr. Sollitto’s favorite piece to play. In addition to concerto group performances, the classical piano can take on the lead role in a piano trio or a piano quintet. In these scenarios, the piano leads two or four additional instruments through a classical chamber piece. Common accompanying instruments include the violin and the cello.
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