Piano? What are the most famous piano pieces ever written?If you can also copy and paste the url where you got the info from itll be great. thanx for all your answers.

Fugue for Two Pianos in C minor – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart sheet music is available online.

haaha theres a lot but most are classical -beethoven and mozart symphoniesfor the little kids chop sticks

cant go wrong with any of these Alla Turca (Turkish March) Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAllegretto (Quartet No.34) Franz Joseph HaydnAllegretto (Symphony No.3) Johannes BrahmsAllegretto (Symphony No.7) Ludwig van BeethovenAmaryllis Hebert GhysAnitra’s Dance (Peer Gynt Suite Op.46 No.1) Edvard GriegBallet Music (Rosamunde) Franz SchubertBerceuse From Jocelyn (Godard)Bridal March (Lohengrin) Richard WagnerCanzonetta (Herbert)Chaconne Marie-auguste DurandChanson Triste Op.40 No.2 Peter Ilyich TchaikovskyConcerto Op.16 Theme (Grieg)Concerto Op.18 (Theme) Sergei RachmaninoffConcerto Op.23 Theme (Tschaikowsky)Concerto Op.54 Theme (Schumann)Country GardensDanube Waves Iosif IvanoviciEmperor Waltz Op.437 Johann Strauss IIFinlandia Jean SibeliusHumoresque Antonin DvorakHungarian Dance No.5 Johannes BrahmsIl Bacio (Arditi)Largo George Frideric HandelLiebestraum Franz LisztLullaby Johannes BrahmsMazurka In A Flat Op.24 No.3 Frederic ChopinMephisto Waltz Theme (Liszt)Minuet Luigi BoccheriniMinuet From Don Juan (Mozart)Minuet From Op.78 (Schubert)Minuet In G Ludwig van BeethovenMinute Waltz In D Flat (Op.64 No.1) Frederic ChopinMoment Musicale Op.94 No.3 Franz SchubertMorning (Peer Gynt Suite Op.46 No.1) Edvard GriegNocturne Op.9 No.2 (Chopin)Pavane Maurice RavelPeter And The Wolf Sergei ProkofievPizzicati (Sylvia) Leo DelibesPoeme Zdenek FibichPolka From L’age D’or (Shostakovitch)Polonaise Op.53 Theme (Chopin)Prelude And Fugue In C Johann Sebastian BachPrelude In A Op.28 No.7 Frederic ChopinPrelude In C Minor Op.28 No.20 Frederic ChopinPrelude In C Sharp Minor Sergei RachmaninoffReverie Claude DebussyRomance Op.44 No.1 Anton RubinsteinSemper Fidelis (Sousa)Serenade (Herbert)Serenade Franz SchubertSerenade Badine Gabriel MarieSong Without Words Op.2 No.3 (Tschaikowsky)Songs My Mother Taught Me Antonin DvorakSpring Song Felix MendelssohnStar Of The Sea (Kennedy)Strauss Waltz Medley (Strauss)Tales From The Vienna Woods (The Concert Waltz Op.325) Johann Strauss IITambourin (Rameau)Tango In D Isaac AlbenizThe Blue Danube Waltz Op.314 Johann Strauss IIThe Dove (La Paloma) Sebastian YradierThe Happy Farmer Robert SchumannThe Swan (Carnival Of The Animals) Camille Saint-SaensThe Washington Post (Sousa)The Young Prince And The Young Princess (Scheherazade) Nikolay Andreyevich Rimsky-KorsakovTheme (Kreutzer Sonata) Ludwig van BeethovenTheme (Moonlight Sonata Op.27 No.2) Ludwig van BeethovenTheme (Symphony No.2) Johannes BrahmsTheme (Symphony No.6) Peter Ilyich TchaikovskyTheme (Symphony No.8 In B Minor ‘Unfinished’) Franz SchubertTraumerei (Kinderscenen) Op.15 No.7 Robert SchumannTwo GuitarsViennese RefrainVolga Boat SongWaltz In A Flat Op.39 No.15 Johannes BrahmsWedding March (A Midsummer Night’s Dream)

Wow lots of strange answers.”Symphonies” are not written for piano. They’re written for an orchestra; that’s why they’re symphonies. And almost none of the pieces listed above are for piano, or for piano exclusively–they’re largely symphonic works.Flight of the Bumblebee was not written for piano, but violin. It’s been transcribed for piano, but it’s not a piano piece.My thoughts:(1) Heart & Soul (not originally a piano piece, but it’s the thing everyone plays)(2) Chopsticks(3) Fur Elise — Beethoven (it was once a McDonald’s commercial and has been featured on the Simpsons(4) Moonlight Sonata — Beethoven(5) The Entertainer (often played by piano students(6) Rhapsody in Blue (a symphonic piece that features a piano; highly recognizable)(7) Chopin’s “Minute” Walz