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Ratatouille

By Michael Giacchino

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Piano/Keyboard
Composed by Michael Giacchino. Piano Solo Songbook. Softcover. 72 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.313383).

Item Number: HL.313383
ISBN 1423446909. 9x12 inches.

Piano solo arrangements of all 13 songs from Disney/Pixar's inspirational and heartwarming tale of French gourmand rat Remy. Includes: Abandoning Ship • End Creditouilles • Le Festin • A New Deal • 100 Rat Dash • Remy Drives a Linguini • Souped Up • Special Order • “This is me.” • Wall Rat • and more. Also features a beautiful color section featuring scenes from the film.

  • A New Deal 
  • Abandoning Ship 
  • Colette Shows Him Le Ropes 
  • End Creditouilles 
  • Le Festin 
  • Losing Control 
  • Ratatouille Main Theme 
  • Remy Drives A Linguini 
  • Special Order 
  • 'This is me.' 
  • Wall Rat 
  • 100 Rat Dash 
  • Souped Up 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Groningen, The Netherlands
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • January 14, 2009 Great fun

    These piano solo versions of excerpts from the Ratatouille soundtrack, penned by the composer himself, are great fun. Rhythmically the pieces can be quite tricky, but it shouldn't be too hard if you are familiar with the soundtrack. Rest assured that these are not watered down easy-to-play...

    versions. The arrangements are economical, but the effect is what you are looking for if you have the actual soundtrack in mind. The title number is included with the French and English lyrics, but the cocktail version "Main Title" is there as well in a different arrangement. There are also some excellently capricious novelty pieces, such as "Wall Rat", "Colette Shows Him Le Ropes" and "End Creditouilles".

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  • 3

    Location:
    CO
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • September 09, 2008 See the movie first.

    This book is filled with great music from the movie, but it can be tricky. It would be best to see the movie first before buying the book to see if you like the style.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Lille, France
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • October 29, 2007 Great Music

    The arrangements recapture the fun of the original orchestrations... however, due to cues needing to be played quite fast, it needs a little practice to get it right. Some cues are pretty straightforward and easily played.

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