Here are several different levels of downloadable piano solo sheet music for "The Great Gate of Kiev" from Pictures at an Exhibition. Currently, we have it at Level 1 (beginner's level) and Level 2 (very easy). They both come with fingering numbers on the scores and a separate hand-position tutorial page. The web-page of each arrangement has its own free complete audio sample for you to refer to before purchasing the sheet music. You can also take advantage of the recording after buying the sheet music to improve your playing skill on the particular level of arrangement. All the sheet music here were carefully created at Galaxy Music Notes for the highest quality.
"The Great Gate of Kiev" is from Pictures at an Exhibition which is a suite of 10 pieces composed originally for piano. It was written by a Russian composer, Modest Mussorgsky (1839 – 1881) from the romantic era. "The Great Gate of Kiev" is the last movement. Even though "Pictures at an Exhibition" was written for the piano, it is also well-known for various instrumentations arranged by different arrangers. Mussorgsky wrote these pieces for paintings that his friend, Viktor Hartmann made.
- To learn more about Pictures at an Exhibition, and its composer, Modest Mussorgsky, please visit our pages, "About Pictures at an Exhibition" and "About Modest Mussorgsky."
- To find more piano sheet music of pieces written by other Russian composers, please visit our collection page, "By Russian Composers."