"Lily's Theme" is the haunting melody that opens and recurs at several points during the climactic final film in the epic Harry Potter series. Pianists overwhelmingly choose it as the most popular piece to play from Alexandre Desplat's outstanding score. This arrangement is set in traditional five-finger style, with the melody split between the hands, and without a key signature in the student part. Dotted quarter notes, triplets, and sixteenth notes have been avoided. An optional duet accompaniment is provided for a fuller, richer musical experience.