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Concerto in D major Op.61, interactive sheet music
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Rating: 5 *Simply Impeccable* by on July 20, 2008 @12:08 pm PST
I have been playing violin for twelve years and this piece is still one of my favorites. This piece is perfect for the more ambitious violinists who are willing to devote considerable time and energy. It is an excellent recital piece-- very challenging and such a joy to perform!
Rating: 5 One of the most well written piece by on June 16, 2008 @2:34 pm PST
you should at least do some easier concerto and etudes before u start this one. such as accolay and mendelssohn. this concerto is no joke it is not just technically. but good luck!
Rating: 5 violin, sweet violin by  * VSM MEMBER * on November 16, 2007 @2:28 pm PST
i have been playing for only 2 years but am book four suzuki and i'm already putting myself up to the challenge of this piece because i am in love with it so much.
Rating: 5 WOW!!! by on September 5, 2007 @9:09 pm PST
It to me is a long piece on MIDI, and it is good!
Rating: 5 # 1 Never Better by on December 12, 2006 @3:24 pm PST
I have never heard a better song. I listen to it every day
Rating: 5 Beethoven Rocks by on May 8, 2006 @12:37 pm PST
I think the Beethoven's Violin concerto is the best piece ever existed

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