A bagatelle is a short instrumental piece, usually light in character. Although it is a form most usually written for solo piano, there have been bagatelles for many other keyboard, woodwind, and string instruments, as well as for several ensemble configurations. The best-known bagatelles are arguably those written by Ludvig van Beethoven, one of which is the famous 'Fur Elise'.
Bagatelle no. 25 ''Für Elise'', WoO 59 6 Bagatelles, Op.126 14 Bagatelles, Op.6 7 Bagatelles, Op.33 Bagatelles, Series II, Op.48
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