After my failed try at Moonlight's 3rd movement, I think this might be a nice choice, being shorter and easier, probably more approachable for me, since Schubert's Impromptu op. This episode is built upon the sixth and seventh bars of the first subject.It is sequential in form, Bars 130-131 in C minor are repeated, Bars 132-133. Unlike most of the nicknames given to Beethoven’s works, Pathétique is believed to have been picked by the composer himself to convey the romantic and even sorrowful mood of the sonata. 2 is the most difficult piece I ever played (and I still play it with some mistakes). Pathetique all 3 mvt, Moonlight all 3, 31/1 1st, 31/2 1st and 3rd, 79 1st mvt, 2/3 1st, umm thats about it But i have read through a lot of them including 2/1, 2/2, 2/3, 10/1, 28, etc. 8 in C Minor, Op. Pathétique Sonata, byname of Piano Sonata No. If you can play staccato scales, the third movement isn't difficult, otherwise it is. Of my knowledge, op 49 are the easiest followed by 79. 90 no. etc. Whether or not it's difficult really depends on your technique. I know this will be a great challenge for me, but I wanted to play some Beethoven sonata movements and I like this a lot. 2/1 is near the bottom. If you can do the LH tremolos, the first movement is not difficult, otherwise it is. The Pathetique best falls into the category of "Advanced." The first subject re-appears without the “continuation” referred to at the First Part. 13, sonata for piano and orchestra by Ludwig van Beethoven, published in 1799.. THIRD PART: Bars 121-129: First subject in original key. Bars 129-135: Episode.