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Does anyone know where I can get Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Someone on here once directed me to a site where I downloaded it but I have had a bit of an accident with downloaded files and deleted them all, I am half way through it and now may hafe to buy it if I cant finsd where I originally downloaded it from.
iI am looking for sheet, Like I said I had it, and then it came up memory full on the tablet so deleted all my downloads thinking I had nothing interesting in there, then today went to start at it again and found I didnt have it saved anywhere.
That is excellent thanks a mill for that, I have the first page memorised now I can start on the rest, which will probably only take me about ten years, lol
seriously much appreciated
Everyone should become familiar with IMSLP.
Before Astor Piazzolla, Argentina had this guy, among many others, I guess.
(I've been learning El Choclo)
Just took a look at the one you are learning, some tricky bits in that no doubt about it.
@stringy you might like to look at the version of Eine Kleine by Maurice Maurer here
He makes the sheet music for this and a lot of other classical pieces at http://www.noten-pdf.de for a small fee 1.50 to 3.00 Euros.
He has a bunch of videos at his "fragherrnmaurer" Youtube channel.
@ELCBK introduced me to this guy in a thread discussing a tune called "Indifférence"
Bob in Lone Oak, Texas
Just looked at that Bob he is really good, uses a lot more trills which I think go really well, the sheet looks good, isnt that much different to the one I am studying, apart as I say from the trills which I like, thanks for posting that one, I need to listen to the other parts a lot more now to fix them in my brain! i have to be able to hear it in my head as I read it.
I wouldn't pay anyone.
Did you get as far as looking at this version, Stringy? I've only glanced at it, but there seem to be a fair number of trills in there.
Yes I did gordon, and that is the one I am using, there are a quite a few trills in that one as well but not as many as the one bob posted. In fact the one you linked me to is the one I was originally learning, like i said the first part which repeats in various ways I have already memorised, not to the speed at which the other chap played it but not far off, the way I have done it up to now is one note at a time with as perfect intonation as I can get, all the different bowing techniques I am adding in as the tune gets completely lodged in memory and hands. Even though its not that hard to play, I think it is hard to play correctly, especially with the amount of shifting involved, but its great practice and if I master it, or I should say when, I master it I feel I will have my first real piece under my belt, this was one of my goals when I started learning, and now that I have got the very basics fairly decent I am ready to move to my next faze.