Trishonata Pathetique

Former user wrote on 11/23/2014, 10:24 AM

Hello fellow music lovers

This is my spin on Beethoven's "Sonate Pathetique".   The first part is just piano as Ludwig would have liked but then it becomes something entirely different that may just cause Mr.Beethoven to "roll over"! 

I consider this Progressive Rock.  I used 23 tracks , which is more than I have used before.  All  notes were played by me on my keyboard using mostly onboard sounds but a couple of midi sounds as well

Whatever your musical preference may be, I hope you'll take a few minutes to listen . 



PS.Smartsmurf gave me the idea for the title.  Thanks, Smartsmurf!


MuggeMaker wrote on 11/23/2014, 10:50 AM

Hi Trish!

A bit strange music.

But I can say I liked it a lot.

Very interesting guitar sounds.

Haha and a great title!

I think it's a project just for fun but it's really nice!

Best regards


TetleyAnderton wrote on 11/23/2014, 11:17 AM

Great keyboard playing, well done!!!!

tingel wrote on 11/23/2014, 12:02 PM

Hello Trish, that reminds me of the first attempts "Pictures at an Exhibition" with various electronic means to play ... I think that Mr. Beethoven would find very cool ... !!! - I found your effort accordingly Great ... regards Andi

GEKA-MUSIC wrote on 11/23/2014, 12:11 PM




Eine sehr gute Arbeit.



DEPO57 wrote on 11/23/2014, 12:25 PM

wonderfull,brilliant, intelligent, built with wisdom and imagination, the result of a musical culture of high-level professional, but with a touch of personality typical of trish marshall, a true artist.

peterjirka40 wrote on 11/23/2014, 12:29 PM

Excellent work

Very nice track and very good sound .

I like it .

Former user wrote on 11/23/2014, 12:29 PM

A very good musical idea - performed with a special kind of sovereignty. In my eyes, your music is getting better and better, Trish. 

JuanIsidoro wrote on 11/23/2014, 12:34 PM

great idea

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Me llamo Juan Isidoro. Soy de Sevilla al sur de España.Trabajo en un camion y hago musica por placer.

Espero que os guste.

My name is juan Isidoro. I’m from Seville in southern Spain.
Working a truck and do music for pleasure.I hope you like.



siggi_s wrote on 11/23/2014, 1:10 PM


cool idee

LG siggi

Leomax wrote on 11/23/2014, 1:26 PM

very nice piano

i like it

lg leomax

SpriteBat wrote on 11/23/2014, 1:45 PM

Beautifully played! I actually think Beethoven would have enjoyed it. There are lots of interesting sounds but the focus is still on the composition. I've heard it said (probably by Rick Wakeman) that synthesizers can be used as part of the orchestra, and I've always liked that idea. And I always seem to enjoy modern interpretations of classical pieces. 

Well done, keep it up!

Piazzini wrote on 11/23/2014, 1:53 PM

Hoi Trish

funny title

I like your spin!
Naughty and a little crazy.

en liebe gruess vom


diegoweb13 wrote on 11/23/2014, 5:15 PM

Beautiful music good Trish.

Hello Diego

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mcbin wrote on 11/23/2014, 6:14 PM

..... This track has certainly made a lot of work. How would Mr.Beethoven compose today, with all these technical tools? What kind of music he would produce? Unfortunately, we will never know.


Former user wrote on 11/23/2014, 9:14 PM

Hi Trish:

Sorry I came so late to the party... 

When I first saw the title, it took me a full half a second to realize that it was a really ingenious play on words.  "Trishonata Pathetique".  Love it!  I also love it when you unleash all of your pianistic, classical skills to the public.  This piece is all yours, and shows why you're such a beloved and respected performer at this forum.  After all, this is mainly a 'symposium' for showcasing music.  And, you bring it each and every time, my dear friend.

This is a lovely performance, Trish.  You deserve all of the accolades...  and more.  Much more.


Former user wrote on 11/23/2014, 11:49 PM

Hi Trish!

Yes, Griff say all that what I think too. Fantastic and hard work again my dear! I hope, we hear in the next year, so many more music from you and we both can make the track together.

Good idea here from Micha and a great, great work from you! Thank you! A heaven with full of stars! Here I can give you only five - Grrrr! :-) 


best wishes and regards to you, Dan and your family


tgfmusica wrote on 11/24/2014, 3:32 AM

Molto bella, esecuzione da concerto, 5* da tgfmusica, Gianfranco, ciao

Former user wrote on 11/24/2014, 4:45 AM

the first part is undoubtedly a classic style and moreover played great, then the song in my opinion ranges from progressive rock to folk music.
in short, a great mix and instrumental sound that I really liked.
let's say that your sophistication in making music is heard in every style you compose music
very well
ah !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! these days you'll get a different song for a collaboration, my intention would be to do an album, you always go to tea


Former user wrote on 11/24/2014, 10:29 AM

Hello Trish,
congratulations, really a great idea to combine the classical sound with rock, I am a lover of these musical contrasts, and your song I 'liked very much.
Even the title and 'brilliant.
They're coming from overseas an avalanche of applause.


Former user wrote on 11/24/2014, 2:32 PM

very good idea compositional

this track is very beautiful


gerrycix wrote on 11/24/2014, 4:11 PM

Wow....Trish ,

Very nice composition .....Super sound !

Great work ,

Ciao David

Guitorb wrote on 11/24/2014, 8:00 PM

The piano is extraordinary!   There's no reason to go beyond the piano when one plays as well as you do. The piano is truely amazing!

Former user wrote on 11/25/2014, 5:54 AM

Das klingt aber alles sehr komisch ! 

Wollte eigentlich einen Rocksong hören !

Sorry, dass ist nichts für mich.




smartsmurf wrote on 11/25/2014, 5:34 PM

As you can see at Gyro's reaction... this is still not a rock song. 

Still you approach to this Beethoven piece somewhat "rocky"... it's till classic.

I really like it... the sound and all...

Otherwise I have no clue about anything classical... the only melody from Beethoven I know would be "Moonlight Sonata"...

...but as I told you already about my somewhat other sources.