8.3/10 It does sound beautiful. All of it.
Sounds fun, somehow. 8.0/10
The following piece is considered by sveral to be the greatest piece for piano, or anything, for the matter.
Much less subjectively, it is most definately one of the most innovate pieces of all time, truely ahead of it's time. Even disconsidering the famous faux-jazz passage in the second movement (at around 17:10) it is most definately ingrained in the romantic period, and shows occasional signs of the late 19th - 20th century impressionists (debussy and co.), not what you would expect from a classical-period composer.
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