The Moonlight Sonata But the Bass Is a Bar Late, and the Melody Is a Bar Early




From composer and electronic musician Isaac Schankler comes an experimental take on Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. As the title says, the bass is a bar late and the melody is a bar early. Sheet music for the experiment can be found here. And some of Schankler’s more serious compositions here.

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