What are the most famous pieces in classical piano music?

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Fur Elise by Beethoven (always -or most of the time- heard in music boxes Rondo Alla Turka/Turkish March by Mozart Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star by Mozart (I find it funny that the alphabet song has the same tune w/ this) Canon in D by Pachelbel Minuet in G by Bach Funeral March in C minor by Chopin 1st movement of moonlight sonata by Beethoven Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Lizst (those who watch 'Bugs Bunny 'and Tom and Jerry' knows this one) Toccata and Fugue by Bach ( the creepy song played in a pipe organ in horror movies) Messiah by Handel ('Alleluia! Alleluia!' it goes like that) Requiem in D minor by Mozart Midsummer Night's Dream by Mendelssohn (the tune played during Weddings) Symphony No. 5 in C minor by Beethoven ('dun dun dun dun...dun dun dun dun....' it was played in an episode of Mr. Bean) William Tell Overture by Rossini (played during horse races) Camptown Races by Stephen Foster ('the camptown ladies sing this song, dooh dah, dooh dah' sounds something like that) I can' ... more
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