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Concerto No. 3 in G major K216 sheet music for violin and piano by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, classical score, intermediate skill level
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Skill Level: intermediate
Duration: 21' 03"
Note Range: G1-G6
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Concerto No. 3 in G major K216

by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for violin and piano


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User Rating: Rating: 5 (4 user reviews)
"Nice job keeping the pages clean and I like most of the bowings, only had to change a couple. Wonder if there is a wrong note in solo part, m. 71, is the last beat D-A-E-C# or D-B-E-C#?" [show more]

About "Concerto No. 3 in G major"

High quality Digital sheet music for violin and piano, K216, cadenzas by F.Ferrari included.

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Skill Level:
 
intermediate
Genre:
 
classical, concert
Key Signatures:
 
G major, D major
Time Signature:
 
4/4
Tempo:
 
♩=30-130 BPM (real metronome 40-132 BPM)
Duration:
 
21' 03"
Parts included:
violin:
 
9 pages [note range]
piano:
 
29 pages [note range]



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Reviews about Concerto No. 3 in G major:

Rating: 5 Good clean edition by  * VSM MEMBER * on February 2019
Nice job keeping the pages clean and I like most of the bowings, only had to change a couple. Wonder if there is a wrong note in solo part, m. 71, is the last beat D-A-E-C# or D-B-E-C#?
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on February 2019
Thank you Cheryl for your kind review, I am so glad you liked this edition of ours!

About your question, that's a good question because naturally, you may think that that progression should naturally be A-F#-B-G-C#-B-E-C# whereas is printed A-F#-B-G-C#-A-E-C# which is correct, at least conforming to the original by Mozart. There may be different editions out there, but we try to stick with the original manuscript whenever possible.

Please, let me know if you have any other questions or concerns, I'll be very happy to hear from you again.

All the best,
Rating: 5 Excellent Music by  * VSM MEMBER * on February 2018
Thank you for this easily readable edition.
Rating: 5 good piece of music, but who's the editor? by on January 2010
If you want to learn this piece, make sure you play it lightly.
The one complaint I have is that I wasn't sure who the editor was. Is virtual sheet music the editor? Or is it f. Ferarri?(he wrote the Cadenza.) Or is it some unnamed company?
I mean, who wrote all the bowings?
anyway, it's not a big deal because I can just change them if I want to.
Rating: 5 wonderful! by  * VSM MEMBER * on February 2008
this is a ......wonderful piece,to play this piece very well,you should take at least some years to accomplish this.i played this before,is simple,not easy

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