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Uploaded on Nov 18, 2015

Pirates of the Caribbean He's a Pirate onnikoivisto Pirates of the caribbean Pirates of the caribbean he's a pirate

Pages 4
Duration 01:25
Measures 86
Key signature 1 flat
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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I not watch this film but i love this music (I'm french)
This is a great beginner arrangement!
Could anyone lend me an extra hand to play the runs?
I just edited it so it didn't have the runs
Good job, most impressive though I am concerned about the runs
That doesn't look like it's possible for anyone to do in real life. Or that might just be me.
Probably for like professionals to play. idk
Can you send me the link of the other one?
Can you even play this I can play the one with no runs but not this one.
Enjoyed it, but why is the rum gone?
Because it is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into scoundrels
This sounds a lot better once chords are added into it!
i can play this as a 9 year old. is this supposed to be hard? Edit: Not the last part where it goes crazy.
I'm surprised your hands can reach those octaves
very nice but very difficult... so let's see how it works... Thank you!
Ok then upload yourself doing it on youtube and then paste the link to the video on here
with the same hand? I'd like to see you do that
how are u supposed to play 4 finger chords and sixteenth runs at the same time? thats inhuman
I love it but the left hand has octave chords and make tiny hands struggle with them xD
Also, I'm going to use this sheet for practice when composing at school using Garage Band. <3
Wonderful piece, but the last page is impossible to play unless your hands can play 2 octaves. You can fix that by removing the chords on the runs.
Yeah... Those runs will be killer, but other than that, 10/10.
Is it possible to play the runs that quickly?
It's like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7At6BhGOQzo
beautifully transcribed. your version if you edit it a bit could make a great dual piano piece.
How would you suggest going about doing this?
What you could do for the runs is just ignore them and play the melody (right hand) with the left hand full part. That's what i'm going to do to solve that problem
can play it all!!! almost... except the runs...
that final page is gonna take a long time to master
how in the name of God am I supposed to play that???!!!
I printed this out before I listened to the final page. That is going to take a millennia to master!!!! lol

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