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Carol of the Bells Sheet Music Beginner Easy Piano

Not a Christmas goes by without a piano student asking to learn Carol of the Bells!

This Carol of the Bells beginner piano version works well even for early beginners. With its repetitive four-note motif and LH accompaniment that stays mostly in a 5-finger position, it's a quick and easy learn. My beginner students love reviewing this one every year.

This beginner piano Ukrainian Bell Carol arrangement highlights the melody and is a great choice for newer beginners with small hands. Minimal pedal adds a rewarding fullness of sound at key transition points. Look and listen below:

Sheet Music Price

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$3.99

$8.99

Sheet Music Specs

Level

Key / Tonal Center

Finger Numbers

Position-based

Hand Size

Beginner

(even early beginner)

D minor 

(no key signature; sharps and flats are accidentals)

Yes

(included for hand position changes and to help newer readers)

Some 

(large sections in a position; some hand movement is also required)

Small

(largest harmonic interval is P5)

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Educational elements you will find in this Carol of the Bells sheet music piano easy arrangement:

  • Minor key (no key signature)
  • Accidentals (a couple flats and a couple sharps)
  • Pedaling (minimal)
  • Dynamics
  • Fingering (crossover)
  • 8va / octave changes
  • Hand movement
  • 5-finger Hand position (some)
  • Intervals (steps, skips/3rds, 5ths)
  • Ties
  • ledger lines
  • Repeat with 2nd ending
  • Ritardando
  • Fermata

Studio Licensed Option for Teachers

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