Variations On A Theme Of Mozart Op.9 sheet music for guitar solo by Fernando SorDisplay the first page of this sheet music title.Variations On A Theme Of Mozart Op.9 Mp3 files for guitar solo by Fernando SorVariations On A Theme Of Mozart Op.9  for guitar solo by Fernando Sor Scorch interactive  videosVariations On A Theme Of Mozart Op.9  for guitar solo by Fernando Sor Scorch interactive complete music files  
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Rating: 4
Response to 30 January 2008  by on April 25th, 2008
Its differ from the original one written by F. Sor and differ from what is played by Segovia, Yepez, Bream and Williams. But the most detour ones is the melody sound at the beginning bar.
Rating: 5
Good  by on January 30th, 2008
I had this sheet a while ago and i lost it so i had to get it somehow and i found it on this website. unfortunately i found some things that were a little off. Since i had it before and i had played it before, i just wanted a refresher but it seems like some parts are wrong. You can still play the whole piece but if you compare it with old and new recordings (all of 'em) you'll see there are differences. Not bad, though.
Rating: 4
A real pleasure to learn and play!  by on August 20th, 2006
I began learning classical guitar earlier this year and having heard this music played by the likes of John Williams, decided to give it a try. I found the piece reasonably easy to learn (I can't sight read music so have to learn a few bars at a time), but I'm getting there and really enjoying it, thanks to virtualsheetmusic.com
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