In the modern world there are a huge number of different musical instruments, any of which has its own unique history. The history of the piano stands apart, if only because the piano is one of the most popular musical instruments. As soon as the piano became popular in the late 18th century, many composers wrote piano music. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart began learning to play the harpsichord when he was very young, but the piano became popular when he was young, and he wrote many sonatas and concerts for piano. Franz Joseph Haydn also wrote a lot of piano music. Ludwig van Beethoven was a very famous pianist before he became very famous as a composer. His piano compositions include 5 concerts and 32 sonatas. In the romantic period, many composers wrote for the piano. Among them are Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Franz Liszt and Frederic Chopin. Later, composers - Sergey Rachmaninov, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Sergey Prokofiev, Dmitry Shostakovich and Bela Barto
One of the first well-known pianists to play the piano is Dussex, Mozart, Muzio Clementi, John Field and Chopin. In the 19th century, Ferenc Liszt greatly influenced the piano, composing and performing very complex music. Other great pianists are Klara Schumann and Anton Rubinstein. 20th century pianists Arthur Schnabel, Vladimir Horowitz, Joseph Hoffmann, Wilhelm Kempf, Dinu Lipatti, Claudio Arrau, Arthur Rubinstein, Svyatoslav Richter and Alfred Brendel.
Piano is an amazing musical instrument, perhaps the most perfect. It exists in two varieties - the piano, which means "royal", and the piano.