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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:46 am 
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Hello all! I have to play for a conducting class next week and they are reading Beethoven's 7th Symphony. I thought it would be helpful to have a piano reduction (such as Liszt's) but I don't have the time nor money to get it. Is there any chance anyone on the forum has a pdf of something like that?

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The second movement is on Sheet Music Archives. Sorry, don't know about the other movements.

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I assume that's what you look for:
http://www.henseltlibrary.org/scores3.html (look for kalkbrenner he wrote a transcr.)
or http://www.henseltlibrary.org/scores4.html (look for singer he wrote a transcr.)

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Wow - that's a neat site! Can't believe all the stuff they have. There's even someone named Count Zichy who wrote a transcription of Chopin's "Military" Polonaise for the left hand alone. Can you believe that? I bet that's fun (not)! Maybe John R. should check it out. :wink:

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Yeah this site is really excellent, especially because there is a lot of rare played and never heard classical and romantic stuff. Btw, you can find their even a lot of cramer-b├╝low and czerny etudes, but like most etudes of those guys, they're terribly boring.....

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