In the Hall of the Mountain King by E. Grieg for classical guitar

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In the Hall of the Mountain King by E. Grieg for classical guitar

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LAGA presents our sheet music edition of In the Hall of the Mountain King by Grieg arranged for classical guitar by Emre Sabuncuoglu.

Level: Upper-Advanced

License Information: Copyright of this arrangement © 2011 Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing. All rights reserved. Original work by Edvard Grieg is in the public domain.

Format: Sheet music notation (no tabs/tablature) *NEW* with tabs
8-page PDF containing the full score with standard notation and tab notation, in addition to a standard notation-only score. Instant download after purchase.

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6 reviews for In the Hall of the Mountain King by E. Grieg for classical guitar

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Christel Nießing

    I like your sensitive interpretation and the warm sound!

  2. Rated 1 out of 5

    victor stoicheci

    if you look closely closely, he is awesome

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Finn Durkan – Mills

    Amazingly played to perfection

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    S. N.

    yessssss!!! i’ve always been into playing classical guitar and found it extremely fashinating.
    unfortunately, i’ve never had the money to pay for music school, so i never really learn how to read sheet music! killer with the tab release! im for sure gonna get some of them!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ken McBeath

    A good arrangement. Most transcriptions fall away in the second half.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Machen

    I bought this sheet music because my son was learning the melody on piano. However, I soon realized his version was in Gminor, and since, if I was going to be able to play it with him, I needed to learn it from his score. I did figure it out from his piano score, which was really great for me because it means I am getting better at deciphering the proper guitar line from the dual registers of the piano. That said, I really like this version; it’s longer and has a more creatively emotional ending, so I might just learn it in this key – that is, if I make it through Fur Elise, which Orion is also playing – fortunately your and his version are both in the same key; and ALSO I am still trying to make my way through Turkish March, which I also bought the music to based on Emre’s transcription, only I am frustrated that even though I’ve figured out the difficult parts right at the end, there’s no way I can play as fast. Yes, my son also was learning Turkish March – can you see a pattern here?

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