This is the first part of the well-known composition of Modest Mussorgsky “Pictures at an Exhibition”: Promenade and Gnomus. I started with this transcription in 2005. It was my goal to transcribe this masterpiece - which was originally written for piano – for three guitars. The challenge was to find a key in which it was possible to play the complete work on three guitars. I figured out that it would be feasible if the complete work would be shifted half an octave upwards. Also, the guitars should tune the sixth string (6) from E to D (and for one part the third guitar should tune the sixth string to C). By applying this technique, the switch to another key from one part to the next, which is so characteristically for the whole sequence, would be preserved. Of course, this is relative from one part to the next, because of the shift of half an octave. Okay, just skip this technical stuff and start playing this beautiful music. I appreciate your comment.