Badelt and Zimmer have written the piece with: an orchestrated accompaniment that continues underneath the main melody with simple crotchets and quavers, but in 6/8 rather than 3/4.
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He’s a Pirate – From “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse Of the Black Pearl” is a very sad song by Klaus Badelt with a tempo of 106 BPM. It can also be used half-time at 53 BPM or double-time at 212 BPM. The track runs 1 minute and 31 seconds long with a G key and a minor mode.
glockenspiel, (German: “set of bells”) (German: “set of bells”) percussion instrument, originally a set of graduated bells, later a set of tuned steel bars (i.e., a metallophone) struck with wood, ebonite, or, sometimes, metal hammers.
Demand for the harpsichord remained steady until the 18th century, when it was gradually replaced by the fortepiano and then by the modern piano. The transition was largely complete by the early 19th century. In the 20th century, the growing interest in historical instruments sparked a revival for the harpsichord.
So what does yo ho ho mean? Oxford Dictionaries define it as an archaic nautical term that seamen used while performing strenuous tasks such as hauling in heavy ropes.
|Title:||He’s a Pirate|
|From:||Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl|
|Scorings:||Instrumental Duet 1 Piano 4-Hands|
|Original Published Key:||D Minor|
Themes (From “Pirates of the Caribbean”) is played at 130 Beats Per Minute (Allegro), or 33 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Use our Online Metronome to practice at a tempo of 130BPM.
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Georg Friedrich Handel
The first composer to write for the glockenspiel in the orchestra was Georg Friedrich Handel, who included it in his oratorio Saul (1739). The instrument he used was called a carillon and had a range of two and a half octaves. It had metal bells (or bars) which were played via a chromatic keyboard.
The glockenspiel – not to be confused with a xylophone – is the most well-known of the metallophone family of instruments. It is often used in pop songs to illustrate naivety or childlike wonderment, so entwined with school music rooms is its history.
So, why do pianos have 88 keys? Pianos have 88 keys because composers wanted to expand the range of their music. Adding more piano keys removed the limits on what kind of music could be performed on the instrument. 88 keys have been the standard since Steinway built theirs in the 1880s.
engineer Ctesibius of Alexandria
The Greek engineer Ctesibius of Alexandria is credited with inventing the organ in the 3rd century BC. He devised an instrument called the hydraulis, which delivered a wind supply maintained through water pressure to a set of pipes. The hydraulis was played in the arenas of the Roman Empire.
Due to its primitive and weak plucking action, the harpsichord did not have a touch-sensitive keyboard; the player had practically no control over the volume of individual notes.
“Dead Man’s Chest” (also known as “Fifteen Men on the Dead Man’s Chest”) is a fictional sea song, originally from Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel Treasure Island (1883). It was expanded in a poem, titled “Derelict” by Young E. Allison, published in the Louisville Courier-Journal in 1891.
Each sailor was given a cutlass and a bottle of rum. Teach’s hope was that the pirates would kill each other, but when he returned after a month he found 15 men had survived. This would explain the verse: “Fifteen men on the dead man’s chest.
|Anne Bonny born Anne Cormac, aliases Ann Bonn and Ann Fulford, possibly also Sarah Bonny||1698-1782||Irish|
|Mary Read, alias Mark Read||c.1690-1721||English|
|Mary Farley, alias Mary /Martha Farlee / Harley / Harvey||Irish|
|Mary Crickett (or Critchett / Crichett)||English|
matey (or mate)
A pirate friend, acquaintance or ally. Pirate says: “Grab the sails there, mate!” The pirate equivalent of “my”.
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