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Rating: 5
Unique Piece for piano.  by on January 20th, 2014
After several attempts on finding this piece,for one piano, through different sources, the only place I could find it was virtual sheet music. It matches perfectly to the midi I have allowing me to play the piano part while the orchestra is playing in the back. Impressive.
Rating: 5
Beautiful  by on January 21st, 2009
This is a beautiful piece of classical music--perfect for advanced piano. A wonderful arrangement. I haven't played all 49 pages yet, but so far it's great.
Rating: 5
Grieg A minor Concerto  by (MEMBER) on December 16th, 2006
I was very pleased with the overall quality of the score, however there was NO fingering at all!!! This makes a study of the piece for playing by the intermediate student very trying, to say the least. Nonetheless, the beauty of the work makes the effort to work out the fingering worthwhile, but still, what were the editors and publishers thinking in presenting a Piano Solo Score of a Romantic Piano Concerto with absolutely zero fingering? Johanan
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