Pictures at an Exhibition

Lists of recordings and arrangements
Piano original
Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition in its original piano version (written in 1874) is certainly one of the most-recorded of all piano works, with hundreds of different pianists having a go at it (some of them several times). The list is updated on an occasional basis.
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Arrangements
Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition is surely the most-arranged piece of classical music. There are many hundreds of arrangements known to me, for almost every conceivable (as well as a few inconceivable) instrument or combination of instruments, and well over a thousand recordings of those arrangements (many of which have never been recorded). The list is updated on an occasional basis.

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music based on pictures
Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition has inspired many composers in their own works, and the list here shows those that I know of. These works either quote bits of Pictures or are influenced by it in some obvious way. The list is updated approximately on an occasional basis.
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