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The original Twinkle Twinkle Little Star was "Ah! vous dirai-je, Maman" Then Mozart wrote twelve variations for piano, so my question is does anyone know if these twelve variations were ever adapted for the violin? And where to find them? :)
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Posted: January 29, 2011
Last Comment: January 29, 2011

Posted: January 29, 2011
Do you think he could find that version of "Jerusalem of Gold" that I had posted on the facebook page back a while ago ?

Beth Blackerby
Posted: January 29, 2011
I've never heard of it, if they were, but I'll ask my friend Joseph who knows everything about violin literature. He also does all the ordering of our sheet music catalogue at the shop.

Posted: January 29, 2011
Ray, It is interesting that you happened to ask that question at this time. My grandchildren were over the other day, and Joy (my daughter) and I played a little duet for them. It was Twinkle. I found it on the internet somewhere. I forgot where. Might have been in here, lol. I taught them about Mozart and how one of their favorite songs came from Mozart. I have one that seems interested in the violin. I'm eager for an answer as well.