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Concerto No. 5 in A major K219 sheet music for violin and piano by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Rating: 5 Nice edition and easy to use by Donna on June 12, 2009 @2:24 am PST
I purchased this music as an emergency back up for performance in 2 days.I was very happy with the immediate delivery of the parts which enabled me to use them right away.The edition was good and clean to put own fingerings/bowings.
My only suggestion would be if there could be several different editions of the same piece so the performer can make their own choice.Editions vary a lot in terms of music markings so it is very important that the performer has a choice in the edition of the particular piece.
Thank you for fast delivery!
Rating: 5 Much more than Notes by T on January 16, 2009 @8:39 am PST
This is such an extraordinary piece! Everyone says that it's easy or they can play it within a month, but Mozart's music has to be perfect. You have to feel the music and get the perfect ambiance of the piece in order to play it well. This is a much harder piece than you think
Rating: 5 Mozart is the hardest thing to play by Collen on June 19, 2008 @6:46 pm PST
Mozart is not just about getting the right notes...its much harder than those show-off pieces
Rating: 5 Interesting piece by Mary * VSM MEMBER * on March 6, 2008 @12:54 pm PST
While this piece doesn't have as much natural charm as the concerto no. 3 in G, if it's played really well it sounds just as good. (what I mean is, the G major always sounds good even if you don't play it extremely well). It is quite a hard song though - it looks easy at first but to put it together, in tune and up to tempo, is difficult, but very rewarding. A cool little bonus is the adagio section at the beginning of the violin solo - I've never seen anything like that in any other Mozart concerto.
Rating: 5 Outstanding! by Das on May 31, 2006 @3:49 pm PST
I could play this piece the first time I got it, and I have only played violin for 2 years.

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