Pictures at an Exhibition, one of Modest Mussorgsky’s most famous work, is a set of ten pieces originally composed for the piano.
The work is also well known in various arrangements with Ravel’s orchestration being the most recorded and performed.
Sheet music of the piano version is now available in urtext edition in the Piano Street sheet music library.
The complete work:
II: The old castle
III: Tuileries (Dispute between children at play)
IV: Cattle (“Bydlo”)
V: Ballet of the unhatched chicks
VI: Samuel Goldemberg and Schmuyle
VII: The market at Limoges (The great news)
VIII: The catacombs (Roman sepulcher)
IX: The hut on hen’s legs (Baba-Yaga)
X: The Bogatyr gate (in the Capital in Kiev)
Here is Evgeny Kissin playing Promenade, Gnomus and The Old Castle:
Fashinatingly, it is also possible to play it on the guitar!
Here Kazuhito Yamashita play the seventh piece, Limoges: