“Jurassic Park” – John Williams

Below is the lesson for the Theme to “Jurassic Park” by John Williams.

Helpful Tips

An elegant take on one of the most beloved themes from John Williams. As you listen to this arrangement, take note of its pace; which can be defined in one word: slow. Maintaining a ‘slow pace’ is vital, as it attributes to the overall beauty of the piece.

Another area of this arrangement that can be difficult to play are the stretch chords. There’s actually quite a few of them; and some of them require the pinky finger to span a distance of 6 frets. If you are new to playing stretch chords (or stretch phrases/licks), I’d highly encourage you to check out this lesson. It has three exercises that will help increase your left hand’s reach.

Part 1 – Performance & Free Lesson

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