Piano 3 from Jupiter from "The Planets" Suite

Composer
Holst
Duration
8 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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Definitely the hardest movement so far, Jupiter is probably the most famous movement of the suite. Much of the octave doubling can be missed out, it is written as it is because this should be done if at all possible - just do as much as you can. The arpeggios in the B major section do not have to be accurate - just fly around those notes and it should sound fine. Apart from the actual notes, this movement shouldn't be too hard to put together as long as you know the piece, which I'm sure you do. Have fun with this one.

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