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Concerto in B minor Op.104 (3rd Edition) MIDI files
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Concerto in B minor Op.104 (3rd Edition) Real Recordings
Orchestra: Filarmónica de Querétaro (Mexico), Conductor: José Guadalupe Flores
Cello: Richard Markson, Recording Year: 2007
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Rating: 5 Amazing - with original by  * VSM MEMBER * on December 5, 2007 @3:32 pm PST
An amazing piece. Markson presents both the original Dvorak version and the Wihan version. He lets you decide which one to learn or perform.

This piece will make you become intimate with areas of your cello you never knew you had.
Rating: 5 Nice... by on May 8, 2007 @5:25 pm PST
This is the most exiting and enjoyable cello concerto that I've ever heard. It changes every half page. It really is amazing and I highly recommend it to all cellists.
Rating: 5 Fantastic :) by  * VSM MEMBER * on March 13, 2007 @9:49 am PST
This is, of course, one of the greatest cello concertos ever written. The editor, cellist Richard Markson, is also a superb musician, and it shows in the editing.

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