Hello everyone, I am having trouble finding technical analysis for the Mozart Concerto No. 5 for violin on the net. Is there a book with the concerto in great detail, of form, style, keys and all analysis, description of the period, and how to present it for a recital. I am wanting to know everything possible about it, including how to do the trills correctly technically and where to accent notes and how to play the notes correctly. I have the edition by Ivan Galamian and a CD acc. from Peters in London which is a little fast yet for me in the first movement. I can't find a CD that is a little slower, just for practise purposes to learn the acc. before I go to an accompanist with it. I would like to know everything on how to technically perform it and how to interpret it in great depth. Thankyou very much. Jenny.
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