#1
Which one do you guys prefer or think is the best. I gotta say Fur Elise. These are the only two piano pieces i've heard so if there are more that are even BETTER then these two, then please tell me. Maybe there are some out there that are less popular but better.
#4
What? if you mean better by sound, then it's all subjective. If you mean by technicality, well...

But try some of Chopin's stuff maybe?
#6
Chopin-Nocturne


That an obvious one. In your place, in addition, I would check out Debussy's(Clair De Lune) and Ravel's(Pavane Pour Une Infante Defunte) stuff.
#9
These are the only two you've heard?!
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You poor, unfortunate soul. They're good, but you need to listen to more.


Oh and Moonlight Sonata.
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#11
Moonlight Sonata easily
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#12
Classical music from the Romantic era (1810-1900) is pretty good, Rachmaninoff was a kick ass pianist (greatly influenced many modern musicians, like Matt Bellamy), cant give you a piece, cos I've only got a Vinyl with no cover, lol. But I like Phillip Glass' 'Opening' from Glassworks, which is Minimalist (20th Century Classical).
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