Probably one of the most beautiful and emotional pieces ever composed, from Steven Spielberg's motion picture Schindlers List.
I absolutely love the emotion and feel of this piece, and in my opinion it is one of John Williams' finest pieces.
Thanx so much! I will use it for the piano, but I was looking for the string score, after hearing Itzhak Perlman, cause it's so moving, a bit longer then piano score and I'm curious how Itzhak's solo will feel and sound on the piano. This help me out a lot!
Beautiful arrangement. I have a concert in Feb and would like players to play this.
Do you happen to have in Violin/Viola/Piano format?
If not, would it be possible to receive the parts in the quartet setup you have?
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I'm managing a string orchestra this year and would love to play this piece. Would it be possible to get the parts separately? Thanks in advance. email@example.com
I uploaded one easy solo - user/399661/scores/750316
i have only heard it on solo violin and piano not like this but it's just as beautiful
love it but isn't it slightly higher?
I love this piece, John Williams is a genius, and the interpretation of Perlman is the best. And the movie is one of the best of the history too, altough is really sad, shows us a story of a man who gave up everything to help others, although his position was very difficult, save the lifes of very many people . Really great arrangement , thanks for sharing!
Thanks, I appreciate the feedback :)
This is amazing!! Thank you so much. Perfect for my school orchestra. Such a lovely, moving piece:)
Thank you very much :D
Hey, what are your opinions on me orchestrating this?
3000 views! Amazing! Thank you all!!!!
This is amazing! Listening to this again made me remember how much I cried in this movie. Thanks for arranging this.
amazing song! I love this movie so much :) I was almost bawling at how much of a good guy Schindler was for saving all the Jews :'). Great arrangement of a great song! ~RU
I was bawling at the end when the actors paid respect to Schindler's grave, with the characters they played. A few of them had passed away, and it said '... is no longer alive, so here to represent him/her is...'. Then Liam Neeson stands alone at the grave, after he lays a rose on it. Oh my god, I've never cried so much in a film before. Anyways, thanks for the comment RU :D
Amazing, my second 2000 view piece. Thanks a bunch :D
Well done! An almighty achievement--I've been on here nearly a year, and have only had my second 500-view piece. Charming arrangement.
Thank you, I really appreciate it :D
Absolutely brilliant!!!!!! I'd have to agree, definitely one of his best pieces. I actually had no idea John Williams wrote this.... that's so cool! Really great arrangement =D
Thank you very much!! One of his best pieces and a great film, but a very depressing one at that. :D
Beautiful, absolutely beautiful!
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