Pirates of The Caribbean Medley

Uploaded on Sep 22, 2015

Re-up because copyright issue

The Black Pearl Pirates of The Caribbean Medley The Blood Ritual and Moonlight Serenade He's a Pirate Up is Down One Day Drink Me Up Hearties

Pages 17
Duration 14:23
Measures 538
Key signature 1 flat
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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License Attribution, non-commercial
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this is insane!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is Kyle Landry's arrangement of Pirates of the Caribbean. I like that I can get my hands on his full version for free. But it isn't cool that you took credit for it
I love this because it gives such a challenge to those who try playing it, and since it's long, it's not something you can just sightread the whole thing once and throw away. nice :D
I attempted to sight read the whole thing, and it sounds amazing :O I love it!
loved this piece. definitely gone play this at my city music festival
Doctor: You have 14 minutes, 23 seconds to live. Me: That's a random number.
this is so good i want to solidify it and shove it up my ass #chokemedaddy
I very like to play o but this music so hard to play
I favorited this mostly because of the length. 500+ measures? Wow... excellent arrangement, however!
I've learned this all the way to measure 350. The hardest part is definitely measures 338-350. I can't even perfect that. But looking at the pages after, that looks easy compared to measures 506-527
yeah for measure 506-527 block the chords out and that will make it a lot easier. don't play the arpeggios until you get used to moving your hand to the specific chord shapes in time
506-527 is just a lot of arpeggios, i would recommend you do as i did and find what chords they are, it makes it loads easier.
Are you challenging Beethoven XD anyways nice freakin job comrade
NICE! I play this medley in my flute :D
Isn't this Kyle Landry's version? Or it's very similar.
I am learn this song. Isn't very hard ( ;
it isn't hard for those who are used to practicing hard music lol
you forgot to copy the P in please
Amazing! I loved this so much, thx for posting this!!
Can anyone tell me how to play the three bar lines in measure 297 and 314? I'm still having a lot of trouble understanding what they are.
Also, you could just, y'know... listen to the score...