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Concerto No. 4 in D major K218 sheet music for violin and piano by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Rating: 5
Mozart Not Really Easy
by (MEMBER) on September 19th, 2012
Music such as this looks as if it is too easy when compared to the Romantics (Mendelsohnn, for example), but because of the constant rhythmical flow and very melodious melody, any small faltering of the finger, lapse of timing or out of tunes notes will be very apparent to the listeners. Really not an easy piece to execute beautifully.
Rating: 5
by (MEMBER) on February 16th, 2010
Typical Mozart... Too easy for amateurs, too hard for professionals :)
Rating: 5
Small Disagreement
by on November 8th, 2007
Whoever said the piece was too hard?! It's not that difficult, really.
Rating: 5
Yahoo for the listener, death for the player
by on July 17th, 2007
Yes, I loved this!! It is amazing...so interesting to listen to how the orchestra and the violin seem to be in a battle. But it's death to play.
Rating: 5
Most excellent
by on October 14th, 2006
In my mind this is Mozarts best conceto, very well arranged. The 1st movmt cadeza is amazing!
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