Quarantine-Spots


Beethoven - Für Elise

(Bagatelle No. 25 in A Minor)

This evergreen miniature of Beethoven scarcely needs any introduction at all, since Für Elise is known to the world at large. What beginning piano student does not itch to play it, pestering their teacher long before they are ready?

Any piano teacher reading this will identify with the two Q-spots I have selected from the piece, places where students regularly trip up:

  • Bar 22 - 23
  • Bar 29 - 35
Loading video...

Preview (please log-in or subscribe to see full video)

Resources & links

  • Click here to view open domain editions for this work (external link).
  • Click here for a blog post on the Inner Quality Control Inspector.
  • Click here to view The Practice Tools Lecture Series which provides an overview of further practice tools.
  • Practising the Piano Multimedia eBook Series - Part 1 (Practice Strategies and Approaches) - click here to download if you already own it or click here to purchase from our store.

Purchase options

This content is available as a separate, once-off purchase or as part of a subscription. Click "Buy" to purchase it or on "Subscription options" to get access to this content in addition to our growing library of over 300 articles for as little as £9.99 per month or £99.99 per year (Click here to sign-in to view this page if you are already a subscriber).

£9.99Buy More info Subscribe Back