My composition Professor assigned, as a first project, the writing of a "CLASSICAL" Piano Sonata (to start my graduate program). While writing the first movement (Sonata-Allegro Form), I had to also bring to my lesson a complete analysis of a different Beethoven sonata every week.
After awhile, I got used to the Beethoven style, but never approached his genius, of course.
The first movement is a textbook "Sonata-Allegro" form: EXPOSITION (repeated in this case), DEVELOPMENT SECTION (doing things with the previous material [and some new maybe]), and RECAPITULATION (coming back to the beginning with a little variation, then proceeding to a closing section.
The piano sample that I used is the Garritan JABB Jazz Piano (thank, thank, thank you, Gary).
In admiration of Mr. Dan Kury: an unselfish man, talented musician,
and one who shares his technological skills with others.....this Sonata
P.S. Dan, hope your electricity will be turned on soon. It's been more than five days now...............