The song is thought to be written for Therese, a woman that Beethoven wanted to marry in , however his handwriting was misspelt undergoing transcription, allowing the piece to be known as Fur Elise rather the Fur Therese. Therese did not want to marry him. Some people say that she was in fact his student who was very mediocre and he, therefore, wanted to compose something which was simple, yet profound. In the midst of composing it, she refused to marry him and he therefore made the subsequent verses so difficult that she could never play it. It is one of the most well-known pieces of piano music in the world. The piece is in rondo form. There is a main section A which appears three times. It is based on arpeggios which flow from one hand to the other. This is the section that many beginner pianists want to play.
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Who actually was Elise? Poor Therese must have been slightly miffed when, thanks to a rather slapdash copywriter called Ludwig Nohl, the dedication on the published version of the work was changed to someone quite different. She was also the owner of the manuscript. Certain women are mentioned, and one of them was Elisabeth Roeckel. There is also a third candidate: another German soprano and friend of Beethoven called Elise Barensfeld. Beethoven composed the piece on 27 April
Bagatelle No. The score was not published until , forty years after the composer's death in Bthvn" "For Elise on April 27 in memory of L.