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Fur Elise is one of Beethoven's most popular piano solos.  It was originally named Bagatelle in A minor for solo piano, marked poco moto, dated 27 April 1810.  Atsuko Seta plays Beethoven's fur Elise piano music in a Live Recording in Toyono Jubel Hall 2007. (3:24)

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