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#1647390 - 03/24/11 06:28 PM Mozart Alla Turca Easy Version?  
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Hello!
I try my best to look for Mozart's Alla Turca in easy version for Level 2B student in Piano Adventure. I can't find it any where on the internet. They only have the original version which is not playable by my student.

Do you have any idea to find this?

Can you point me to the right direction, and yes, I can pay for it, no need to be free.

Thanks

Last edited by Smallpiano; 03/24/11 06:29 PM.

English is my 4th languages, please excuse my grammar. Thanks
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#1647441 - 03/24/11 08:08 PM Re: Mozart Alla Turca Easy Version? [Re: Smallpiano]  
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I don't know if this is harder than Level 2B, but have a look.

http://www.freesheetpianomusic.com/content/2_easy_level/PDF/MOZART-TurkishMarchShort.pdf

#1647561 - 03/25/11 12:18 AM Re: Mozart Alla Turca Easy Version? [Re: Smallpiano]  
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Level 2B is pretty low to be playing some themes as complex as Rondo alla Turca. Maybe you can compose/arrange it? It shouldn't be too hard.


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#1647910 - 03/25/11 02:54 PM Re: Mozart Alla Turca Easy Version? [Re: Smallpiano]  
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Hi Akira
Thank you so much! What did you type in to find this link?


English is my 4th languages, please excuse my grammar. Thanks
#1647921 - 03/25/11 03:25 PM Re: Mozart Alla Turca Easy Version? [Re: Smallpiano]  
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You're welcome.

search term: "rondo alla turca download easy .pdf"

easy = easy version
download = you know you want to download it to your computer
.pdf = portable document format, a common file type for sheet music


#1649851 - 03/28/11 09:27 PM Re: Mozart Alla Turca Easy Version? [Re: Smallpiano]  
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EZ Byte is a site that has simplified versions of famous piano pieces.

http://www.easybyte.org/

I didn't see Alla Turca there. If you needed it, he might even write one for you.


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