Bagatelle No. 25 in A Minor "Für Elise (For Elise)," WoO 59, Bia 515 was composed in 1810 by Germanian pianist and composer Ludwig van Beethoven and is one of the most famous piano solo pieces of classical music. This song was actually published in 1867(40 years after Beethoven's death) by Ludwig Nohl, who also discovered other unpublished songs of Beethoven. No one knows who "Elise" is, but researchers suggested Therese Malfatti (1792-1851)(the song was supposed to be titled Für Therese instead), Elisabeth Röckel (1793-1883), and Elise Barensfeld (1796-1820).
The version in Piano Tiles is shortened. This version contains (in the original song) the pickup-m. 8 (repeated), mm. 9-23 (unrepeated), mm. 24-38, and mm. 83-104