- As the game is set on the night Chopin died (Yes, the real-life composer), you know it's not going to end well but it's done so surprisingly beautiful that despite all of the Narm in the game up to that point, you'll still be crying.
- Claves' death
- when Chopin dies and his spirit continues on to play the piano portion of the credits theme in the ending.
- The first part of the endiing Polka attempts to sacrifice herself so that the world can return to normal, though it's Allegretto's reaction that really sells it, especially in the PS3 version, in which he is set up as a much more sympathetic character.
- The Elegy of the Moon? Just talk to all the souls who died from taking the mineral powder and try not to at least feel a little sad. They're stuck there, in that form, FOREVER. They're basically in Purgatory.
- In the PlayStation 3 Updated Re-release, Allegretto's frustration as he talks to Polka in Tenuto and is upset about her seemingly calmly accepting her fate.
Tear Jerker / Eternal Sonata