Hi, I need the orchestral score of Mozart's Concerto no.21 in C major. I mean the full orchestral score not the two-piano one (Music minus one). I don't know why and how but everything is ready except for the music !!!! The orchestra is available and everything is ok but there is no music for them.......
If anybody knows how can i get it (even online free or by credit card) or where can i ask for it or if anyone has it please send it to me or tell me.
I have been learning the Mozart concerto no.21 in C K.467, and i nearly finished the last movement ( until the cadenza ). But, i have just changed teachers about a couple of months ago. My new teacher told me i should first work on the programme of a solo recital, then we can resume work in the concerto(s). I agree with her and i started to concentrate on other things.
I don't know what to do now to keep the 1st movement of the concerto polished. I didn't practice it for three weeks and then i played it and it was very bad. I re-learned it and now it's near ok.
Should i practice it everyday or like every week or what. Should i play it slowly so that i keep it fresh. Keeping in mind that i won't perform it in at least 6 months..
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