With the holiday season comes plenty of amazing music to get us in the mood. There’s nothing more pleasant than hearing some of your favorite Christmas songs at the piano. It’s even more fun to play them, but sometimes it can be tough to find easy arrangements of that music.
To help with that problem, I decided to research and find every easy piano Christmas song I could.
Below is a list of easy piano Christmas songs to play:
- Jingle Bells
- Silent Night
- Joy To The World
- Frosty The Snowman
- Away In A Manger
- The First Noel
- Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
- Let It Snow
- Deck The Halls
- Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer
- Silver Bells
- Feliz Navidad
- O Holy Night
- Christmas Time Is Here
- The Grinch Theme
- Santa Clause Is Coming To Town
- The Christmas Song
- Jingle Bell Rock
- O Christmas Tree
- This Christmas
- Auld Lang Syne
The reasons these songs are considered easy is not just because of the arrangements I’ve found, but also because of how these Christmas songs are structured. I’ll go through each song briefly, showing you why I think it’s easy, how to practice it, and of course, link out to where you can get a good arrangement of it. With that said let’s start with the easiest Christmas song to play on the piano that I could think of; Jingle Bells!
With its repetitive melody line, Jingle bells are probably one of the easiest piano songs you can play during the Christmas season. This entire song is based on the five-finger position no matter what key you play it in (although I recommend playing this in G major). Because of this, the hands don’t have to move at all beyond the scope of five keys, limiting the risk of missing notes!
The right hand can control the majority of the melody while the left hand harmonizes. The basic chord chart progression for Jingle Bells is as follows
I IV I ii V I IV I V I
When the pianist gets to measures 4 – 8 they will be playing the IV, I, ii and V chords. All of this is just to eventually lead from the dominant to the tonic.
This song is easy to remember because of the repetitive melody line. While most people sing just the chorus of Jingle Bells, if you want a challenge, consider learning the verses too. To play the verse the pianist will need to be comfortable playing a different set of intervals, adding sharps, and moving the right hand beyond it’s starting five-finger position.
If you’re a beginner I recommend checking out the Faber edition of Jingle Bells which you can find in their Pretime Piano Christmas book. It’s laid out well and there are finger numbers to help you understand where to move to and when. A basic grip on note reading is required, so if you have not taken a piano course yet I recommend checking out Piano Jumpstart to get the basics down.
If you’re in a rush and can’t learn sheet music, then I recommend checking out the video tutorial for Jingle Bells below.
This is a classic Christmas tune that should be a part of any pianist repertoire. It follows a simple pattern of I to V chords to start. After that, it goes to the subdominant IV chord and alternates with the tonic again. To finish out each verse the piano chords move to the dominant and alternate with the tonic there.
The simplicity of having to only focus on three different chord harmonies for the entire song makes it a great tune. There are plenty of arrangements of Silent Night floating around the web. Most of them are written in C major, and it really depends on how much embellishment you desire in the piece when it comes to difficulty.
I think because of how simple the song is, it would be fun to play it as a duet. Alfred has a great duet arrangement of Silent Night which you can find here. If you’re taking piano lessons then it’s fun to play this with a teacher.
The teacher part has a repetitive eighth-note rhythm to help fill out the harmonies. The student part features dotted eighth notes. Once the core rhythm of a quarter note followed by a dotted eighth note and quarter note is mastered, it can easily be done again throughout the piece. This arrangement is written well because both hands move at the same general pace and are easy to coordinate.
Joy To The World
This is a Christmas carol that is popular throughout the world. It was written by Isaac Watts back in the early s and it’s stood the test of time!
Joy To The World can easily be learned at the piano without really needing to read sheet music (although you should if you can)! The following video, for example, breaks down the piece really well.
Both hands will start with both thumbs right next to each other. The right-hand thumb is on C and the left-hand thumb is on B. Keep in mind that your fourth finger on the right hand will be located on F sharp!
From there the right-hand start with the familiar descending line which naturally rolls right into the left hand. As the melody ascends you’ll find yourself naturally rolling back into the right hand. Have a look at the video to get an idea of how simple it can be to get the melody line of Joy To The World learned!
From here you might want to harmonize the song, and sheet music can be really helpful with that. This arrangement is in G major so having a basic understanding of how to improvise chords and melodies is more beneficial. Check out this piano improvisation course so you can apply the methods to any tune you want.
Frosty The Snowman
This list of easy piano Christmas songs would not be complete without an old-time favorite; Frosty The Snowman!
This song was written in , so it’s more modern than some of the traditional holiday songs. It’s been at the center of television shows, movies, and even book adaptions. For kids, it’s simply a fun song to sing, and would be a treat to play at the piano around the family.
To play this song I recommend starting with your thumbs on G for the left hand, and A for the right hand. The melody starts with the left-hand G and goes from there. Setting your hands on the piano this way eliminates the need to jump around with the right hand (something you’ll need to do if you plan to harmonize with the melody).
Check the tutorial video out for more details of how to actually play it.
Away In A Manger
A quick look in a hymnal and you’ll find this beautiful Christmas carol. Away In a Manger refers to the birth and everything surrounding that period in history. It was written in the late s and has undergone several publishing editions to become the version we know it as today.
The melody is really familiar, and it’s something you can almost hum your way through while trying to figure out which keys to play.
While there are YouTube tutorial videos showing how to play this, I always suggest either reading this arrangement from a hymnal or checking it out in a Christmas piano book.
The Premier Piano Course has this tune as well as awesome arrangements of other Christmas pieces too. It’s not just the simple verse and choruses, but also elaborate introductions and outros for some fo the pieces that make this one of my favorite piano Christmas books available. You’ll want to have a bit of playing experience and solid rhythm first, but it’s definitely on the intermediate side of the spectrum.
Check out book 4 of the Premier Piano Christmas Course here.
The First Noel
Depending on your skill level, some Christmas songs can seem quite demanding, especially the ones that are based in jazz literature. The First Noel, however, is a piece that you can easily get started with.
This piece allows pianists to harmonize in the left hand while the right-hand plays the melody which spans no further than an octave. Simply holding down the bass notes is even an option, or you can fill out the chords as you feel more comfortable harmonizing.
I recommend playing this song in C major. This way you can rotate between the tonic, subdominant, and dominant chords. Simply using your ear and no sheet music, this is one of those piano songs you can simply figure out through trial and error.
Still, it helps to have an easy resource to look at, so I suggest learning from this piano version. The way the pieces are arranged is by the left and hand and right hand only playing together occasionally. Otherwise, the hands will essentially play one after the other and in close proximity to help with ease of performance.
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
If you’ve listened to a lot of Christmas music, then you know that jazz has always been a huge element of the most popular tunes. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas is one of those, and it’s something that warms the emotions during the holidays.
The melody spans an octave, and sometimes beyond. With that comes some turning under of the thumb as you would find in a basic piano scale. This song will get your hands moving around the instrument and also experimenting with some beautiful sounding chords in the process. There are so many excellent versions of this tune floating around from Sinatra to Buble.
This easy version is a great version to start with.
If you would rather read a sheet music version of this, then I recommend checking out the Hal Leonard Christmas book. It also includes some other favorites in big note notation so that the piece is easier to read. Get it here.
Let It Snow
I really love Let It Snow. It’s one of the many Christmas songs that has a smooth jazz flow to it. Experience with syncopated rhythms will make this piece easy to play. Do some tapping exercises before starting it and then hop in to enjoy all of the fun!
This piece is easy to play in F major or D major. If you try it in F major, the one flat you’ll need to worry about is B flat. I think the piece sounds better in a key like D major, although you’ll need to worry about two sharps, C sharp and F sharp. Other than that it’s fairly straight forward to play.
The video below is a pretty good arrangement of it, and it has the sheet music at the top you can follow along with, not just falling notes.
Deck The Halls
Decorating is such an enormous part of the holiday season. It only makes sense to learn a tune that focuses on that very aspect of piano playing. Deck the Halls has a very familiar melody and chord progression that makes it really easy to play no matter what level you are.
Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, I’m sure you’ve named all of Santas reindeer at some point in your life. It’s been around since so it’s definitely a mainstay in Christmas culture. What’s funny about this song like Frosty The Snowman has spun into TV specials, countless movies, and books. It’s just that popular!
This song is not only pleasing to play for pianists, but it’s something the kids will love too. I used to play a version of it when I was a kid and I loved it. The entire melody was laid out perfectly with the lyrics which helps when learning the song.
There’s Jingle Bells and then there are Silver Bells! This is a popular song that was written in popularly recorded by all of the great singers of that era.
Hal Leonard includes this piece in their Ultimate Series book. I think this book is really good for lower-skilled pianists who want to play their favorite holiday tunes without needing to be too advanced. The arrangements actually sound good!
If you’re looking to add a bit of Latin flavor to your Christmas season, then definitely add Feliz Navidad to the list of tunes. This song was written in by a Puerto Rican singer and has become a staple in holiday culture since
This is a great song for piano, especially if you can pair it up with a guitar player as a duet.
O Holy Night
Going back to the more traditional Christmas tunes, we have O Holy Night. This song was and is based on a French poem. Whether it’s the French or English version, both have the same focus on the birth.
There are many popular versions by Mariah Carey and Josh Groban. Then there is the hymnal style version often heard in cathedrals and churches alike. The melody is really easy to latch your ear onto, and it can be played straight rhythm.
Below is the version I like the best. It starts off with the harmonies in arpeggios in the left hand. As the harmonies continue to change, the rhythm remains constant. This allows pianists to develop a consistent finger pattern for the entire Christmas song and that makes the single note righthand melody easier to play.
Check it out below!
Christmas Time Is Here
Seriously, who hasn’t seen A Charlie Brown Christmas? This is one of the most iconic holiday tunes out there from the popular TV series that airs on local networks every season.
I’ve done some searching around to find a good transcription of this, and this one is by far the best.
Everything in the transcription is nearly identical to what you would hear in the recordings. With a song as universal as this one, this is important, especially performing it in front of a large group during the holidays.
The Grinch Theme
Need some mischievous fun to add to your Christmas piano song list? If so, then you can’t possibly leave out the theme from The Grinch movie! From the cartoon adaption to the popular Jim Carey film, this a song that everyone knows and has a ton of fun singing in the deep gargle voice.
Unlike most other Christmas songs, this one is written in the minor key; G minor to be exact. I’ve seen it played in D minor, F minor, and even E minor! Which key you play it in depends on how many black keys and white keys you prefer to play.
I think D minor works well for it, but you can check out this piano tutorial version below to get an idea of how it can be done. You’ll see that the bass line moves in octaves and the right hand has some pretty dense minor chords. However, the chords are not overly embellished, are mostly written in the root position, and a basic understanding of how minor chords work is all you need.
Santa Clause Is Coming To Town
Old St Nick is such a big part of the Christmas tradition. Santa Clause Is Coming To Town is definitely something to add to your repertoire list this holiday season. I really enjoy playing the Hal Leonard and Faber versions of this piece. You can usually find it in one of their large Christmas piano books. There is some syncopation in the melody, so you’ll need to be comfortable with dotted rhythms first.
The Christmas Song
Nat King Cole made this song one of the most popular Christmas pieces of all time. This is a jazzy Christmas tune that has a well known orchestral arrangement. There are some recordings however where it’s played entirely on the piano with the vocals and it’s truly sublime.
For this Christmas song, I definitely recommend getting piano sheet music. The sheet music can help you figure out some of the more complex chords, and most of them come with lead sheet markings so that you can mix things up as you become more comfortable.
Jacob Koller has an excellent rendition of this song on YouTube. He even includes the sheet music as he plays along with it so you can see the extent of the harmonies. It’s a different twist on the original, but nonetheless worth a listen!
Jingle Bell Rock
I like to call this song the little brother of the original. Jingle Bell Rock is an upbeat version of the original with different lyrics. The feel of the song is actually quite similar though with the repetitive notes in the melody line.
The harmonies are much different though as this has an old bluesy character to it. There are some great rock and jazz arrangements of Jingle Bell Rock along with plenty of tutorial videos with a simple YouTube search.
I found this cover of Jingle Bell Rock really captures the essence of the tune well. Listen to it for some inspiration and even copy his playing to learn it!
O Christmas Tree
No Christmas song list is complete without O Christmas Tree. The Christmas tree is one of the biggest symbols of this holiday, so much that an entire tune is dedicated to it!
The chord progression is fairly basic. If you were to play this song in the key of D major the chord progression would be as follows:
- D Em A D
- D Em A D
- D G A D
- D Em A D
That’s pretty much it for this song. In total, you only have to worry about the tonic, subtonic, dominant and subdominant chords. To jazz the piece up, even more, you could even throw in a B minor chord into the top line of the verse as a passing harmony.
Rather than explain this too much more in words, have a look at the tutorial video below. It’s in F major but works quite well either way.
A truly soulful holiday song is This Christmas. It was written by Donny Hathaway in the s and was even the focal point of a movie!
This song has that soulful groove that many traditional Christmas tunes simply don’t have. This is a fun song that if you can learn it on piano, would be great to play with drumset, bass guitar, and a vocalist.
Auld Lang Syne
Leading out of every Christmas season is the new year. This means that I could not complete this piece without making mention of Auld Lang Syne. This song was written in and is a song based on the reflection of old times. I think as the holiday season comes to a close, it’s definitely the right vibe.
I’ve played many piano arrangements for this, some easy and some difficult! To make this simple, you should learn the bass line first, embellish it with some chords and then reserve the right hand for the entire melody line. In the video below you’ll see that the left-hand moves in broken chords, but if you’re just starting definitely play those chords blocked first until you’re comfortable with the melody.
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Holiday music includes all music sung during an annual festival, national holiday, or religious event. Most of these were written in anticipation of or in commemoration of an event, season or time period. The biggest of these is the Christmas music category. Christmas (Xmas) music comprises a variety of musical genres which are normally heard or performed around the Christmas season (also known as the festive season or the holidays) which runs from late November to early January. Music originating with the pipe organ (now commonly played at Christmas piano music services), has always been a feature of the season and its respective celebrations, with the earliest examples being hymns (chants and litanies) for liturgical use in observance of the Nativity and Theophany.
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Christmas Sheet Music for Piano
Christmas sheet music for piano - songs and music for beginner all the way through late intermediate ability.
Many of these carols and songs are energetic and fun to play, and some of them are also beautiful!
All You That in This House
With a NEW piano arrangement for intermediate students.
This carol is also offered as a lead sheet in several keys, with just one chord!
Good chord practice for your young students.
Angels We Have Heard On High, 4 Versions
This lovely carol stretches young pianists just a bit, in the chorus.
Fun to play and sing!
Arabian Dance or Arab Dance, intermediate, from The Nutcracker Suite
Very evocative, very hypnotic, this Arab Dance from Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker."
This is an early intermediate arrangement.
Arabian Dance, easy (from The Nutcracker)
You can see how different this arrangement of Arab Dance is from the one above; pretty easy, yet still with some challenges for those Middle C notereaders, and still mysterious sounding!
Away in a Manger
An easy but pretty arrangement for piano students moving into left hand broken chord patterns.
A little bit of right hand chord usage, but every one is an easily-recognized root chord.
Very sweet, and sentimental.
Bring a Torch free online Christmas music
A fun, bouncy energy characterizes this sweet carol from France.
As it is a translation, you will certainly find different versions of the lyrics in English.
Several arrangements on this page, including a Middle C shared-hands version.
Carol of the Bells free sheet music for children, easy
A very simple approach to Carol of the Bells.
However, if your student is not a "leftie" (left-handed), this little motive will be tricky the first week to achieve correctly!
See a fuller arrangement below, or at the link "Hark How the Bells."
Christ Child's Lullaby, Christmas music for piano solo
No lyrics to this lovely lullaby, but a lilting, unusual melody.
Three "verses" grow in intensity of left hand energy, while the right hand melody remains uncluttered.
Christ Was Born On Christmas Day
This little carol can scoot right along, with the fixed left hand chords.
A good practice piece for chord inversions - the left hand moves through a cadence pattern.
A minor-key song about the slaughter of Bethlehem's baby boys under the first King Herod, during the time of Jesus's infancy.
Who would want to sing or play this song?
Students who have heard this beautiful song before and are mesmerized by the music, despite its heart-breaking story, or those who have knowledge of this history already.
Deck the Halls free Christmas songs, easy
This is such a fun carol!
Understanding how chords are made makes a big difference in how easy it will be to learn this Christmas carol.
One of my young students picked up the left hand in a snap, because she is used to the cadence inversions found on my sheet "The 12 major scales."
Ding Dong Merrily On High
A pretty carol that has energy.
Fun to play and sing!
Entre le boeuf Christmas music lyrics and piano chords
A French carol, with a new English translation.
It is a description of the Nativity of Jesus.
The First Noel
Several different chord arrangements, and different keys offered.
This song is easier than it sounds, because the melody proceeds just like a major scale.
The Friendly Beasts
This song is a discussion among the animals present at Christ's birth, each remembering the role they played.
Arrangements for guitar, and lead sheets too.
Gaudete free Christmas vocal sheet music
A very old Latin hymn that means "Rejoice!"
Find here a pretty arrangement for guitar also.
Go Tell It On the Mountain on black notes for beginners
An easy and short version of this well-known Christmas song.
Go Tell It On the Mountain easy Christmas songs for piano
Several arrangements of this vigorous Christmas song are here.
God Rest You Merry Gentlemen
Difficult to play if all the usual chords are used, this arrangement sounds full without having to be continually changing left hand chords.
Greensleeves Duet, easy
Your students who learn chords will be able to play this accompaniment LONG before they are ready to read the notes.
Let them hear themselves produce something beautiful on the piano
Greensleeves piano music with expanded accompaniment & lettered notes
This is a duet in which the student plays broken chords up high on the piano, and the teacher (or duet partner) plays a very full-sounding melody plus accompaniment.
With or without lettered notes.
Greensleeves free Christmas sheet music solo
A full-sounding but simple solo version of Greensleeves.
Arrangement by Tabitha, from the Netherlands.
Hark How the Bells (Ukrainian Bell Carol)
A very satisfying three-page easy arrangement of Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Bell Carol) that sounds much harder than it is.
Hold the pedal down, and this song will SPARKLE!
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Download a Middle C version for beginners, and guitar tab arrangements.
Also a sheet with just the lyrics to this song.
He is Born (Il est ne) free Christmas sheet music
More than one arrangement of this French Christmas carol.
Excellent opportunity for vocal harmony exists in this song - the alto line is quite easy!
Holly and Ivy Christmas song lyrics and sheet music, 3 versions
Several levels of difficulty for this older English carol.
Many have not heard this pretty Christmas song!
Jingle Bells sheet music, easy
Very easy arrangements of Jingle Bells, a favorite song with beginning musicians, whether it is Christmas time or the middle of summer!
Jingle Bells, 2 versions
Two longer arrangements, one easy and one intermediate level, which include the "Dashing through the snow" beginning section.
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas free print out sheet music, easy
This song has a secondo duet part, and also a version with letters in some of the notes.
It can sound brisk and upbeat, or sweet and sentimental, depending on how fast you play it!
Little Drummer Boy, lyrics and sheet music
This copyrighted song, arranged by me, is shown here, but is available at SheetMusicPlus.
Lo, I Bring You Tidings Christmas carol lyrics
The words of the angel to Mary, and her response.
"Here asleep the Son of God, and the son of man Heav'n and earth within him stand! Alleluia."
Masters In This Hall
An old song from England, about how God has helped mankind.
It has an exciting, soaring melody.
With new arrangements for beginners and intermediate piano.
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel chords, lyrics, and sheet music
Arrangements for piano and guitar.
This is a recital-worthy arrangement, shown here.
A pretty interlude with lots of movement contrasts with the somber main theme.
Oh Holy Night sheet music, easy
A solo for younger players.
NOT EASY, but attainable for beginners if they read carefully.
There is a secondo part to go with this.
O Holy Night sheet music
Lead sheets, a vocal duet, and a piano arrangement of this beloved Christmas song.
Beautiful and exciting.
And with such cute lyrics: "Willie, take your little drum, Robin, bring your fife, and come!"
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
This song doesn't have a page here at Music-for-Music-Teachers yet. Instead, the link above will take you to the 2-page arrangement at SheetMusicPlus.
You can also hear the arrangement played!
Why? Because this piece is still under copyright, but arrangers can use the license acquired by SheetMusicPlus to place their own arrangements on their site!
Silent Night sheet music
Is this everyone's favorite Christmas carol? Maybe.
I only know that I feel a calm descending upon me, like a soft, warm blanket, when the chords of "Silent night, holy night," begin to play.
Sing We Noel free Christmas songs
This is that rare thing, a beautiful and UNFAMILIAR Christmas carol.
It feels very medieval.
The Snowman theme, or "Walking in the Air"
A sparkling and pretty arrangement of this music from the short video "The Snowman"
Ukrainian Bell Carol, or "Carol of the Bells," or "Hark How the Bells"
Your students may fight over this sparkling arrangement, to play it at a recital - IN SPRING!
It is just a lot of fun.
Up On the Housetop easy kids' Christmas piano sheet music
Just the three main chords in the left hand make this fairly easy to put together!
There is also a Middle C arrangement (shared-hands melody) here.
Wassail, Wassail All Over the Town
A really fun song to sing - and now, for your intermediate/ late elementary students, to play!
We Three Kings free Christmas sheet music
Such a pretty and mysterious carol!
I loved this song as a child.
Several arrangements on this page.
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Several arrangements of this fun and energy-filled carol with the intriguing lyrics about "figgy pudding."
Wexford Carol free Christmas songs
Virtually unknown, this is one of the prettiest and most moving carols I know.
It tells the Nativity story very well.
What Child is This, or Greensleeves
"What Child is This" is a Christmas song set to the melody and chords of an older song from the time of King Henry the Eighth, Greensleeves.
What Child is This (Greensleeves piano music) with fancy accompaniment & alphanotes
A "teacher's part" on the bottom two staffs, and the student's part with simple broken chords above.
This is the "Greensleeves" melody.
When Christ was Born printable sheet music
I'm betting you do not know this beautiful song.
No lyrics, but there are two difficulty levels.
Students love it.
Interested in songs from the Bible for your students or church? Check out my other website, SingTheBibleStory.com!
Songs Old & Songs New
All the first-year material I give my beginner students.
Piano keyboard sheets, scales, chords, note-reading exercises, and over pages of music!
Queen Esther in the Bible
This beautiful song book for piano & voice "Esther, For Such a Time as This", available as a digital download, tells the riveting story of the time when Jews in ancient Persia faced a foe named Haman, and how a brave young queen risked her life to save her people.
A good choice for a singing story-teller, an operatic group, a short theater production, or a class of children!
This book is also available from Amazon as a paperback.
Just the Black Keys
This book is available as a digital download from this site. Visit this page to see some free examples from the book.
It is also available from Amazon as a paperback!
This is the perfect easy start for little pianists.
And when they start reading white-key notes on the staff, this is a fun easy resource to say each week, "Choose a new black-key song at home this week and figure it out to show me next lesson!" They will be spending more time at the piano.
The Adventures of Tonsta
A perfect read aloud storybook
for little boys or girls.
The Adventures of Tonsta highlight the travels of a very young boy with a good heart, who goes about helping folk in trouble.
With a red cap on his head and a sack of tools slung over his shoulder, Tonsta seems to meet people in distress wherever he goes.
Lots of trolls in this book - including one who gives him a Christmas gift!
Available at Amazon
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Christmas piano songs tutorial
Easy Christmas Sheet Music for Piano
1. O Holy Night
Regularly topping lists of favourite Christmas carols, O Holy Night combines a haunting melody with lyrics describing the birth of Jesus. The melody reaches a passionate climax with the words "O night divine" - guaranteed to send shivers down your spine and bring lashings of Christmas cheer!
O Holy Night
2. Carol of the Bells
The carol of the bells really captures the warm glow of Christmas. The repeating melody sounds like the repeating chime of a bell, but interestingly that's not how it started life. The piece was composed by Ukrainian Mykola Leontovych, it was originally called Schedryk and tells the story of a swallow. It became popular in the West after English lyrics were added by Peter J. Wilhousky
Carol of the Bells
3. Jingle Bells (easy)
The song Jingle Bells was originally called One Horse Open Sleigh. It was written in by James Lord Pierpont and was originally meant for Thanksgiving. Today of course it is one of the best loved Christmas songs all over the world.
Jingle Bells (easy)
4. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
We Wish You a Merry Christmas is a popular sixteenth-century English carol from the West Country of England. The origin of this Christmas carol lies in the English tradition wherein wealthy people of the community gave Christmas treats to the carolers on Christmas Eve, such as figgy puddings that were very much like modern day Christmas puddings. It is one of the few English traditional carols that makes mention of the New Year celebration and is often the last song carolers sing, wishing all good tidings and happy spirits at Christmastime.
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
5. Mendelssohn - Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Hark the Herald Angels Sing is a bit of a Christmas mash-up. The tune we know today was originally written by Felix Mendelssohn from his Choral Cantata Festgesang, but the words came from Methodist Charles Wesley almost a hundred years earlier
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
6. What Child is This?
"What Child Is This?" is a popular Christmas carol with lyrics written in It uses the traditional English melody 'Greensleeves'. It was written by English writer William Chatterton Dix while he was bed-ridden, suffering from a near-fatal illness.
What Child is This?
7. Away in a Manger
"Away in a Manger" is a Christmas carol first published in the late nineteenth century and used widely throughout the English-speaking world. In Britain it is one of the most popular carols. The tune "Cradle Song" was written by William J. Kirkpatrick for the musical Around the World with Christmas () and is an adaptation of the melody originally composed in by Jonathan E. Spilman to "Sweet Afton".
Away in a Manger
8. Ding Dong Merrily on High
"Ding Dong Merrily on High" is a Christmas carol. The tune first appeared as a secular dance tune known under he title "Branle de l'Official" in Orch�sographie, a dance book written by Jehan Tabourot (). The lyrics are from English composer George Ratcliffe Woodward (),
Ding Dong Merrily on High
9. Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly
"Deck the Halls" is a traditional Christmas, yuletide, and New Years' carol. The melody is Welsh dating back to the sixteenth century, and belongs to a winter carol, Nos Galan.
Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly
God rest you Merry Gentlemen
God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen, also known as God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, and God Rest You Merry People All, is an English traditional Christmas carol. The melody is in the minor mode. It was published by William B. Sandys in , although the author is unknown.
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