Beethoven Cosmos

Hello God!

Thank You for Moonlight Sonata! I’m playing it on the piano for you now.

With the first touching octave do sharp# in left hand and the wave sol sharp#-do sharp#-mi for right hand the gravitation law is overcame. I am in Beethoven Cosmos – under my fingers is the dance of whirling universes illuminating in the paintings by Ann Weirich.


Adagio sostenuto is at the beginning.

I am an astronaut, aspiring and brave,

In Sol-Do-Mi Sol-Do-Mi waves

The melody of other Galaxy I feel:



Allegretto Movement leads, of course, to the Planet of Immortal Beloved. Beethoven invites us to this planet he created by his love. His Music under my fingers tells the story, I am reading in his letter:

“…my ideas yearn towards you, my Immortal Beloved, here and there joyfully, then again sadly, awaiting from Fate, whether it will listen to us. I can only live, either altogether with you or not at all. …Your love made me the happiest and unhappiest at the same time. …

My everything, you – you – my life – my everything: see “you – you – my everything, my happiness … my solace – my everything”

The planet under my fingers is incredibly light and beautiful.

There are no thoughts,
only heart thinking.
There is no speech,
only heart speaking…


Presto agitato demands virtuosic playing. The 3 movement is technical and emotionally expressive. Playing it is incredibly difficult.

I touch a million tiny stars, planets, comets, meteorites.

They crash and burst –

I am in endless joy and endless pain,

I am in infinitive laughs and infinitive tears.

It almost unbearable, but I can not stop.

I am in Cosmos of millions breathings…


Beethoven opens the door to infinitive Cosmos.

We are all an astronauts there. It is our gift and we are a gift to it.

Please enjoy Beethoven Cosmos! Thank you for this blessing to share it with you!

Happy Today!



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