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Hallelujah (Advanced Piano Arrangement)

By Leonard Cohen

Piano Solo - Advanced Intermediate
By Leonard Cohen. Arranged by Blake Alkire. 6 pages. Published by pianomusings (H0.198461-34102).

Item Number: H0.198461-34102

An advanced piano arrangement of Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen, featured in the movie Shrek.

A video of the performance of this arrangement can be found here:

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  • 2017-05-29 11:11:05.0 Inventive and fun

    It's ironic associating "inventive" with a piece based on such a simple melody line and "fun" with a dirge, but this arrangement is both -- at-times bright and lively in its choice of key, and inventive because its largely independent left and right hand movements somehow produce a beautifully...

    orchestrated whole. You know from the beginning that you are hearing "Hallelulah" but it's unclear from the upper or lower staff alone how this is possible. Answer: good arranging. I'm still playing the piece very slowly, but am nevertheless addicted.

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