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Easy Piano Sheet Music: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  18,270 ratings  ·  185 reviews
(Easy Piano Songbook). Easy arrangements of 8 selections from the Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media hit movie, with music composed by Harry Gregson-Williams. Includes: Can't Take It In * Evacuating London * Father Christmas * Lucy Meets Mr. Tumnus * A Narnia Lullaby * Where * Winter Light * Wunderkind.
Paperback, 40 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation (first published March 1st 2006)
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I read this book back in grade school and saw the movie recently. Thought I would give it another read and was glad I did. It is more than just a children's book as one might think. He has a very good way of writing about temptation, sin and how it affects people. A great read.
Loved it, was full of fantasy and adventure.
I did some reasarch on the author, he was very religeous and through his books you can see how he was. Example, daughters of eve and sons of adam . . . ect.
Emily Wahl
I thought that this book was a very good and detailed. This book was very creative, like Narnia, and with all the creatures there. This is a very good fantasy, and classic book. This book was probably to entertain, and it did a very good job of that. I would recommend the movie too (but in my opinion you should watch the movie before you read the book so you can visualize what everything looks like). Now, after reading this book I want to read the other books, to find out what happened after thi ...more
I grew up with the set of Narnia books. This first book, though, holds a very special place in my heart. It was the book I read the most, and the one with the most tenderness in it. I love the characters and the language of it. Please read this book. Please.
May 12, 2015 Sara marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
The book is about four children, two boy and two girls. The two boys are called Peter and Edmund and the two girls Susan and Lucy.
While, they stayed in the Kirke teacher's home, Lucy, the young of the four brothers, dediced explore the house. She discover a very beautiful wardrobe and she
enters casually. She saw a magic land cover of snow: Narnia. She saw a faun, the Sr. Tummus, who invited Lucy a his home. He try to do sleep Lucy with his magical flute, and one took her
at The White Witch becau
It was one of the most unique and interesting books I have ever read. The mythological creatures brought the presence of a new world very interestingly. From how the siblings go through the wardrobe and into a new world, the journey gets better and better. The lion is one of the main characters and exemplifies pure strength that showcases him as a protagonist in the book. Only his power can defeat the deadly witch that the kids run into.

She freezes people and tortures them. The creatures in th
I am reading the book with mrs . Fox at school
Adam Bakr
How can I read it
I don't know exactly what to rate this book at the moment. I don't know how to play piano, so I couldn't read the piano music, but since I play guitar, I could read the guitar music. Some of the guitar chords in this book are a bunch of nonsense, and aren't even correct or exist. Really, I didn't know ANY of the songs, so you have to have seen the movie to know what they sound like. For now I am leaving this unrated.

And then there this:
Just thought I'd throw this out there:

Apparently people don
Nov 22, 2009 Shannyb rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone
Recommended to Shannyb by: my mum

The lion, the witch and the wardrobe, the second book in the Chronicles of Narnia series, written by the famous C.S. Lewis, Is a must read for anyone who love’s a good book.
The author takes the reader on an incredible journey, following the adventures of siblings, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pensive, where the ordinary world is left behind as we step through the doors of that magnificent wardrobe into a world where child-like wonder and imagination takes flight. But are our two world’s that di
Dec 16, 2008 Mutia rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: all my friends
"The Chronicle of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe", sebuah petualangan spektakuler hasil karya C.S. Lewis. Film ini berkisah tentang empat Pevensie bersaudara yaitu Lucy (Georgie Henley), Edmund (William Moseley), Susan (Anna Popplewell) dan Peter (Skandar Keynes). Saat itu adalah masa Perang Dunia II di Inggris. Ketika mereka bermain petak umpat di rumah seorang profesor, mereka masuk ke dunia Narnia melalui sebuah lemari baju ajaib.

Disana, anak-anak tersebut menemukan se
Have you ever simply entered a wardrobe and behind it found a new world? That's the case of Peter, Edmund, Lucy, and Susan.

They were in the time of war so, they were sent to live with another family in a faraway country. There, they moved into a mansion where, they would live while the war kept on going. Like any other child, they wanted to play hide and go seek now that they were going to live in a mansion.

They played hide and go seek for a long time. While, Lucy hid in the wardrobe and fell i
David Sof 2014
I read the book The Chronicles of Narnia by Harry Gregson. This book is about Peter, Edmond, Susan, and Lucy. They are playing hide and seek in there relatives home.Lucy goes in a closed room and went in this looking wardrobe and meets some creatures such as Thomas. That live in this place called Nania. she tells her brothers and sister and they don't believe her. One day Edward went to check in and meets an evil ice witch. He thinks she is really nice. Because she gave him cake and drink.She ju ...more
Mariama Camara

This book is about 4 kids Susan, Lucy, Edward and Peter that lived with their mother and since there was a war happening the kids were sent to the country to live with a prefessor so they could be safer. One day lucy the yongerst girl found a wardrobe in an empty room and she enters it. In the wardrobe is another land called Narnia that she discovers and in the land she meats a fau named Mr. Tumnus. She stay for
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is one of C.S. Lewis's first edition to the Chronicles of Naria. It all began with a war in London which then caused the children to move with their aunt for safety. The youngest daughter then begins to explore the house and finds a wardrobe. Only to discover a new world, temptation leads her in. She finds the world of NARNIA. There she meets a faun, Taumnus, who then becomes her friend and they have tea together. She then tells him she has to leave so she g ...more
The book I’m reading is called the chronicles of Narnia the lion, the witch, and the wardrobe. The author of this book is C.S. Lewis. He has not only written this book, but many more to this series. If you have ever heard of this book you know that there is a movie to go with it. The movie came out in 2006. The director made the movie resemble the book in many ways. The author wrote this book to provide a fantasy adventure kind of life for people who like adventurous things. The author wrote the ...more
The Chronicles of Narnia: The lion, the witch, and the wardrobe by Harry Gregson-Williams is a good magic book. four kids go through a wardrobe into a magic world. They get in trouble in the world and have to go to extreme measures to get back into there own worlds.
Yo lei este libro cuando era pequeña, fue mi primer libro favorito, la historia es fantastica y la amo. //
I read this book when i was little, this book is my first favourite book. The story is so fantastic, and i love them.
Ji-ann O'Driscoll Silva
Narnia (The Lion, Witch, ad the Wardrobe) is a wonderful book. It is very nice for a preteen, or a child because it is a fantasy book. I read this book when I was 8 years old. At the beginning I thought it was boring, but when I reached the middle, I got excited! My favorite character is cute little Lucy

My opinion is that Harry Gregson-Williams, he, is a very interesting author that sets a wonderful example for young authors wanting to be famous.

In this book,I learned a lot of things too :)
*I actually read the regular LWW, but GoodReads'll take it off another year's list if i put it on this year's.*
A really childish story line put into a serious context, it all starts off in a house where the kids discover a closet that leads to another world called Narnia where our minutes are their years. They meet a Dwarf that guilds them around and introduce them to the other creatures. They meet a Lion that is the leader and together they fight an evil witch. A ending that starts out sad but turns out good. The Lion is slaughtered on the stone but the evil witch is too dumb to know about the stone and ...more
Parker Reynolds
Classic science fiction book that I think the students would love to read and use their imagination
I gave this book a four star review because I like books that are action/adventure and have mythical creatures. I liked the part where Aslan crowned the 4 siblings of Adam and Eve because I like to see people becoming important or they are promising to be the leader of the town, city, state, or valley. I also liked how the author wrote that the King Aslan(lion) give up his life for his own people so that Edmund could be safe. I didn't give this book a five star because I didn't like the part whe ...more
Very great book it's like Percy Jackson
Nic Clausen
I love this series and when I revisited it as an adult the magic was still there, right where I had left it.
janie love
adooooooooore it
This book was about 4 kids who walked into a wrode and into a new world and they meet alot of people and end up fighting for the narnia and the are crowd the kings and queens after the war.

I give this life changing book a 5 because it was different and it is a on going book that stays on the nomal story line ever if the book changes.

I connect this book to lord of the rings because it has the same fill to it and its battles are just as dramatic as lord of the rings too .
I read this one in Spanish. The language was simple enough that I didn't need my dictionary too much, and the story moved quickly enough that I didn't get too bored. I probably should read it in English since it is a classic and I truthfully didn't catch many details as I went through.

I liked the old professor who challenges the kids skepticism of Lucy's Narnia. I suspect this is the aspect some believe is Lewis' allusion to Christianity.

Overall, enjoyable.
i thought that this book was alright, it about these 4kids who go into a wardrobe their names are Pete,Edmund,Susan,and Lucy and they find another world and then Edmund finds a witch who trick him into bringing his family to come to her but he doesn't so she gets mad and traps him but then his brothers help by being tought how to fight by the lion.At the end they have a war and the good people and i mean the kids and the lion
when I was little my mother would read this series to my sibblings and I. I loved it! and then when I was big enough they were some of the first books I read. I still go back and read them on occasion and can still get totally lost in them. They carry with them some of my fondest childhood memories of cloudy days at home. Although tthis book was the most famous it was one of my least fav. of them. Williams is emaginative and inventive!
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