“Funeral March” by Frédéric Chopin 2, aka the “Funeral March,” is the epitome of a sad piano piece. It starts off slow and somber, with a feeling of hopelessness.
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When most people think of classical music, they think of happy, uplifting pieces that make them feel good. But there is another side to classical music – a dark and somber side that can make listeners feel sad and depressed. In this post, we’re going to be taking a look at 10 of the saddest classical piano pieces ever written. Some of these pieces will make you weep openly, while others will simply leave you feeling deeply melancholic. If you’re in the mood for some truly depressing music, then read on!
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At the piece’s beginning, it feels like the main character is thinking about something dark. It’s probably because the melody is carried by the left hand in the bass of the piano’s range. Then, as the piece progresses, it just turns darker and darker with a few brief hints of hope. But, every time the main melody returns, it is obvious the composer feels even sadder and sadder. It is only 2 minutes long, but it will certainly have you thinking about some of the saddest experiences in your life.
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Whatever the meaning behind the piece, it’s obvious that the dreamlike ending of this piano piece is not a happy one.
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