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Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, No. 3 G major, KV 216

By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Violin and piano - Difficulty: medium
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Edited by Christoph Hellmut Mahling. This edition: urtext edition. Stapled. Barenreiter Urtext. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (includes separate pull-out violin part). With solo part and piano reduction. K. 216. 43 pages. Duration 24m. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA04865-90. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA04865-90).

Item Number: BA.BA04865-90

ISBN 9790006457908. 9x12 inches. Key: G major. Text Language: German/English. Preface: Christoph-Hellmut Mahling.

The piano reduction of Mozart's G major violin concerto is easier to play, uncluttered and practical with page turns where you need them and where necessary fold-out pages.

The solo part gives players the critical Urtext of the New Mozart Edition. The tutti passages are all presented in normal size print for players wanting to perform these sections with the first violins. An ossia has been included in small print for the last four measures before the first solo passage to allow for the transition to the solo section.

A prepared performance part is also included with bowings, fingerings and performance practice comments. An additional brochure is included with todays most performed cadenzas ,"Eingange"and fermata embellishments by Eugene Ysaye , Leopold Auer, Sam Franko and Martin Wulfhorst .

This collection offers players a spectrum of styles available in no other publication.

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  • February 26, 2009 Mozart Violin Concert

    I really like the Barenrieter publisher. The music is very clean and easy to read. The paper used is also very heavy and nice. I also don't have to worry about page turns.

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  • December 02, 2008 Mozart urtext

    love the edition. THE best one in print. Not only is there an orchestra reduction for piano, but an unedited solo part, as well as edited, and cadenzas by three or more great performers.

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  • May 16, 2006 Well arranged Masterpiece!!

    Mozart's Violin Concerto no. 3 is without doubht one of the funnest pieces to play on the violin. Although a technically demanding piece, it is wonderfully arranged and is a pleasure to play. Props up to Mozart!!

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