The Austrian Christmas carol "Stille Nacht" (a.k.a. "Silent Night") is one of the most widely-sung (and translated) Christmas carols of our time. Read a brief history of this beloved carol; get the complete lyrics in both English and German, and download the piano music in the format of your choice:
...and have a safe, Merry Christmas!
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Complete piano sheet music for "What Child Is This? / Greensleeves" in the key of f# minor. This arrangement takes you across the octaves, and has a slightly elaborate texture with some full chords. It's best suited for intermediate pianists or the beginner who wants to step towards the next playing-level:
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A key change (pictured) is just one example of where you can expect to find a double barline in sheet music, but there are several more:
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One of the most common questions I'm asked is whether a musician can successfully learn to play piano on an electric keyboard. Well, in short, yes. But, there are a few key things that must be considered, and learning on an acoustic piano is not ideal for everybody:
- Continue Reading: Can You Really Learn Piano With An Electric Keyboard?
The German musical command halbstark (which you'll encounter in this sheet music for O Tannenbaum) has plenty of synonyms you may already know:
Check out the growing collection of holiday piano music! Each song is available in several sizes and formats, and has been tested printer-friendly!
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Holiday Sheet Music: 'The First Noel' - Easy & Intermediate Versions
Learn a simple, easy version of the carol to use as accompaniment, or go solo with a more elaborate, intermediate arrangement; both in D major:
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Between now and the New Year, I'll be adding more original adaptations of holiday tunes arranged for piano and vocals. All you need to do is vote for the ones you'd like to learn next!
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