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Rating: 5 Great piece on July 24, 2007 @4:42 am PST
This piece first grabbed my attention when performed by Swedish virtuoso Martin Frost. I find this piece to have very few easy sections, it is mostly the kind of thing that you have to work out with a metronome. There are sections I still haven't been able to play up to speed, but this piece is fun and exciting.
Rating: 4 Review on C.M. von Weber's First Concerto in F minor by on February 12, 2007 @11:52 am PST
This selection of music is an excellent piece for clarinet players who have had a few years of experience. Also, it it a very good pice of music for piano players.

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