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My friend and I were looking to play this pretty much for fun, but were disheartened when the score cost $30. I did a quick google search and found this! I am very pleased with it, and it sounds GREAT! My only complaint is the large number of pages, although I suppose this could not be helped.
Half the price of Breitkopf edition
by Remion December 10th, 2009
I saved about 50 per cent in comparison to the price of this Concerto on the Breitkopf online shop (12.5 EuR instead of 7.75 uSD).
The sheet is easy to print but not so easy to play.
by anonymouson June 9th, 2009
The arrangement is great. Thank you so much.
A very satisfying arrangement
by Rosalind Englishon May 16th, 2009
This is a beautifully clear, manageable piano arrangement for the D minor concerto. It avoids the unnecessary complications typical of such reductions which aim to replicate too many instruments and end up being noisy and needlessly complicated.
by anonymouson March 26th, 2008
I very much enjoy this arrangment. I think that the passion of the piece is amplified more so in D minor than that of C minor. I think the marriage between the soloist of the piece and the lower cello counterpart is that of musical genius, but of course J.S. Bach is nothing else if not a genius. I would rate this a High level because anyone can play the notes but capturing the truth and passion makes this piece a challenge to those of true musical fashion.