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Jack Sparrow sheet music from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
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Jack Sparrow

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Jack Sparrow digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file.
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Title:

Jack Sparrow

From:

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Instrument:

Piano/4 Hands

Scorings:

1 Piano 4-Hands

Instrumental Duet

Original Published Key:

D Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0082338

Price:

$5.99
Includes digital copy + 1 print. Each additional print is $3.99

Number of Pages:

14

Average Rating:

Rated 3/5 based on 1 customer reviews

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"This arrangement is nice for int. level students. It requires being able to read rhythms w..."

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From:

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Number of Pages:

14

Form:

Duet

Instrument:

Piano/4 Hands

Scorings:

1 Piano 4-Hands

Instrumental Duet

Original Published Key:

D Minor

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0082338

Tempo:

Moderately slow, comically

Metronome:

q = 90

Styles:

Movie/TV

Soundtrack

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Composer:

Hans Zimmer

Date:

2006

Publisher:

Walt Disney Music Publishing

Product Type:

Musicnotes

Product #:

MN0082338

From the Show:

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

From the Album:

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest [Original Soundtrack]

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Starla_Sheffield

Piano: Advanced / Teacher

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12/12/2016 5:35:35 PM

Simplified, shortened version of the song

This arrangement is nice for int. level students. It requires being able to read rhythms well. They need to be able to move between various time signatures: it starts out in 3/4, then changes to 4/4, 2/4, and 4/4, then speeds up and transitions to 6/8. Arrangement follows the orchestra version of the song for the first part of the music (m. 1 - 84), omits the middle part of the song, and then shortens (omits a lot of repetition) on the last part of the song. Its probably good that they shortened it because even shortened there are 7 pages for the primo part and 7 pages for the secondo part (parts are on separate pages, not stacked on top of each other). The arrangement quality could be a little better. At the beginning of the song the dotted eighth note, sixteenth note, quarter note is written to be played staccato for the first note then a slur over the next two notes. At the end of the song when it goes back to the same theme it is written with a slur over all 3 notes. When I listen to the song it sounds like they are played the same way in both parts of the song, therefore it should be written the same say in both parts of the song. The main problem with the arrangement it that its not equally balanced between the parts. At the beginning the Primo part plays the melody and the Secondo plays the chords, toward the end when the beginning theme comes back there are sections where the Primo has long rests and the Secondo part has the melody and harmony. If the Primo part can play the melody at the beginning of the piece, they can certainly play the same melody, in the same location, when it comes back in toward the end. So by moving the melody in the Secondo (m. 111 - 119 and 126 - 131) to the Primo, it made the piece more balanced and easier for students to learn.

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