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Czardas for Oboe & Pianoforte

Vittorio Monti
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
4 minutes
Classical music
Solo instrument + piano (Oboe)
Instrumental parts
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A new and exciting arrangement of Vittorio Monti’s hit Czardas for solo Oboe and Piano; with a hint of the exotic Latin American Rumba!

Great piece to work on for your next concert or recital, or just a nice piece to add to your growing repertoire of solo works.

The tessitura is high, and this arrangement is for more advanced amateur, semi pro, and pro players.

My thanks are extended to John Daleswood for his kind assistance in preparing the solo part.

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