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Diving into the world of music can be both exhilarating and daunting for beginners, but the iconic piece “Largo” from Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, also known as “From the New World,” offers a gentle yet profoundly moving entry point. Composed in 1893 during AntonΓ­n DvoΕ™Γ‘k’s time in the United States, “Largo” encapsulates a blend of cultural influences, weaving together Native American melodies and African-American spirituals with the composer’s European roots, creating a universally resonant masterpiece. Its hauntingly beautiful main melody, originally played by the English horn, is underpinned by a rich orchestral arrangement that speaks to the soul’s longing for peace and home. This piece, with its slow tempo and emotional depth, is perfect for those just beginning their musical journey, allowing them to engage deeply with the music from the very start.

For those looking to embark on their piano or keyboard learning adventure, “Largo” is an ideal choice featured in our easy piano songbook with numbers. Using number notes and keyboard stickers, learners of all ages can immediately start playing this evocative piece without the need to master traditional music notation first. The song’s simplicity, combined with its profound musical expression, makes it a perfect selection for piano book for beginners, piano book for kids, and piano learning book for adults alike. Whether you’re drawn to its historical significance, mesmerized by its lyrical beauty, or intrigued by its cultural fusion, “Largo” offers a rich and rewarding experience. As you press the keys marked with the right numbers, you’ll not only enjoy making music but also connect with a piece that has touched hearts around the globe for over a century, making it a timeless addition to any piano practice book or keyboard songbook for beginners.

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Some of the notes on our website contain the full version of the song, and some are excerpts, or for example the very beginning, chorus or verse, etc. Full versions of all the notes can be found in our books and e-books: SHOP.

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