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Great Music, Great Price Jan. 7 2006
By Rissarance - Published on Amazon.com
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First, I'll say I knew about this music before I purchased the book on Amazon, so there were no surprises here.

I had sight read some duets back in college and remembered the Dvorak being very unusual and very folkish. I found this edition that has both complete works and I love it.

If you've never owned a Dover edition before--I'll warn you that the printing is not as easy to read as some more expensive editions, but you get alot of book for your money with Dover and I find this one easy enough to read.
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Beautiful Music June 29 2013
By Dillon J. Ekle - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Dvorak and I love duets. This is perfect! You have to be willing to put in a little work (as does your duet partner), but the results are worth it! (I personally enjoy Op 46 better than Op 72 [these are the two opuses in this edition] because it tends to be more upbeat and feel more festive, but they are both full of beautiful music.)

As for the edition, the music is clear to read (if a little on the small side). The big issue with this is simply that it does not lay flat easily, despite the label calling it a lay-flat binding. Then again, what books that aren't spiral bound do actually lay flat?

There are a couple of places that I would have appreciated a little more editorial guidance, particularly for pedaling issues. But part of the fun is figuring those things out as an ensemble.


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