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- Chopin Piano Concerto No.1 Op.11
- Beethoven Symphony No.6 Op.68, arrangement for Piano trio
- Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro, Overture. Arrangement for Piano 4 hands.
- Other accompaniments and free sheet music for Piano
- Bach Orchestral Suite No.2, 7th movement: Badinerie
- Mozart Flute Concerto K. 313
- Other accompaniments and free sheet music for Flute
- Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto TH. 59
- Chopin, Nocturnes Op.9, arrangement for Piano and Violin (Sarasate)
- Other accompaniments and free sheet music for Violin
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Category Archives: Playing classical music
What is playing classical music? Who, Where, When, What?
Have you ever wondered what the origin of the notes used in solfege was? Until the 11th century, music notes were only named with letters, from A to G. In order to make music teaching and learning easier, an Italian … Continue reading →
The Unhasu Orchestra of North Korea joined the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra on Wednesday March 14th for an exceptionnal concert under the direction of South Korean conductor Myung-Whun Chung, in the prestigious “Salle Pleyel” concert hall in Paris. It is the … Continue reading →
It’s quite easy to get some data and draw a clear picture of the most well-known classical works. While very few works are originally composed to be performed by a single instrument, it is not uncommon to play or sing … Continue reading →