The Pink Panther Theme Henry Mancini Taneczka 14,055views | 543 favorites | 18 comments Download Share Favorite × Share Choose where you want to share: Link to this page Embed on your site × Download this score The score can be downloaded in the format of your preference: MuseScore Open in MuseScore PDF View and print MusicXML Open in various software MIDI Open in editors and sequencers MP3 Listen to this score Your download has started. Having troubles downloading? Try again Taneczka worked hard on this score. Want to give something back?Give a small token of appreciation! Send a reward Your download has started. Having troubles downloading? Try again More of this, please? Follow to get notified when Taneczka has uploaded new scores. Or give a reward instead × Print To print parts, please upgrade to a Pro account first. Go Pro Select part Download PDF Print Why am I seeing this? Uploaded on Feb 11, 2017 Pages 2 Duration 01:26 Measures 40 Key signature natural Parts 1 Part names Piano Privacy Everyone can see this score License None (All rights reserved) Show more Show less Your comment Comments [user=30624110]Isabella Cousins[/user] go panter! yah! [user=30807068]star 🌠[/user] pink panter [user=28690393]black pearl 78[/user] First note a bit wonky, but the rest is good. [user=30480909]Ashley Eriksmoen[/user] Panther, not Panter. [user=28690393]black pearl 78[/user] Luck it's not the Pink Pantser. [user=30056072]Gryfenfer245[/user] cool [user=28376145]martijntje[/user] wow [user=26935207]Chr Tog[/user] Nice! [user=22214721]._isabella_.[/user] ...panter? 😂 [user=22214721]._isabella_.[/user] I love it [user=17576896]RHJM4[/user] Thank you so much! I've been trying to find music that can be played by just one instrument but have both staffs, and this is the only one I've been able to find. The arrangement is wonderful, thank you! [user=20460541]OliveSweet[/user] I noticed a typo for the title [user=20460541]OliveSweet[/user] I'm doing this for my assembly item ; ) [user=20460541]OliveSweet[/user] Hi [user=9986031]alessandro.spoldi[/user] Good job, but why in 12/8? [user=18951766]Mayflower1234[/user] Most Jazz is written in a time signature where the 8th note gets the beat because Jazz music is more syncopated (there are different instruments playing completely different parts). Also, Jazz music tends to be more bouncy (for lack of better word). Time signatures out of 4 tend to be more rigid, 3/4 is counted with 3 groups of 2 eighth notes: 1+ 2+ 3+. While 6/8 is counted with 2 groups of three eighth notes: 123 456 or 1 and uh 2 and uh. [user=15263346]vanillapand[/user] meee tooo [user=4308726]Victeoiria[/user] I love this so much!