''''''" in G major, Op. 129 (Italian: "Rondo in the Hungarian [i.e. gypsy] style, almost a caprice"), is a piano rondo by Ludwig van Beethoven. It is better known by the title '''Rage Over a Lost Penny, Vented in a Caprice''' (from ). This title appears on the autograph manuscript, but not in Beethoven's hand, and has been attributed to his friend Anton Schindler. It is a favourite with audiences and is frequently performed as a show piece.