#2 is either Clementi or Scarlatti, I think it is the latter but to name the exact sonata would be impossible considering how many there are.
#4 is Tchaikovsky's Neopolitan Dance from the AftY (I tried to play this piece but the left hand was a b*** when I tried to add the right hand to it)
For #2, I just need the composer, the name of the piece (not the specific number, just the generic title, such as "prelude" or "sonata") and the key in which it is written. (Hint, the recording stops not at the end, hence the last note is not the tonic.)
Number 4 is right.
Well, looks like I won't be winning this round. I don't know any of these for sure.
No. 1 is so familiar, though. I know I've played it in some random book that I have around here. Now it's driving me nuts.
No. 4 sounds like something Italian.
No. 7 sounds like Mozart.
You're right on all 5!
3. Beethoven, Sonata Op.27/1 (Adagio con espressione)
(beautiful, you should record the whole sonata and submit it in AR!)
5. Don't know, I smell a scriabinesque aroma.
7. Mozart, Sonata K.570 (Allegretto) That's right.
I'm afraid I cannot go further than that.
Number 5: I'll post the next few notes and I bet you'll get it right away. This is just one chord from a very long piece for piano and orchestra. (Hint)
Number 3 is right; btw I think I should record it, too. I know the whole sonata but it had many technical errors. I haven't revisited it in about 10 years, so I may give it a go. Thanks.
Number 7 is of course, correct.
The score is:
Monica 5...okay, 0
Anyone have an idea on #6? It's the opening bars on a composition for Piano and three other instruments.