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Meet Arjun Agrawal, the 8-year-old Mozart

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Prem Mohan
by Prem Mohan on May 10, 2012 12:49 PM

feather in the cap for the bania community.

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A tip
by Varma on May 10, 2012 03:11 AM

More important is the influence Mozart had on composers of later generations trained in Salzburg.let the boy spend some time in Germany.The German school makes perfection.

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Arjun Agrawal, the 8-year-old Mozart
by Ajit Birdi on May 09, 2012 10:57 PM

Great player may be, but nothing to celebrate not much of an achievement.
When the youngest player is a 4 years old, and a 5 years old blind piano player and a Chinese girl with no fingers on on hand.
By the way he is American of Indian decent and not Indian.
Weather you like it or not.

Still a great piano player in the making there are not many Indians who play piano at professional level.
The last one was Sohrabji a composer and player who wrote the worlds longest stanza without a break and is still a record unbeaten.

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Great Achievement
by arnold on May 09, 2012 09:06 PM

Well Done Arjun,

All Indians are proud of you.

All the best

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by abc on May 09, 2012 08:10 PM

Way to go buddy! Keep it up and All the best

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