This arrangement of “I Saw a Mighty Angel Fly” is for Women’s Ensemble (SSAA) and Piano. The arrangement includes an optional vocal solo, 2-part harmonies (SA), 4-part harmonies (SSAA), and piano throughout (no a cappella sections). Includes two key changes (G Major to C Major to F Major). A small amount of text and music from “An Angel from On High” is blended in as well.
This advanced piano arrangement of Boccherini’s famous string quintet Fandango is richly filled with trills, grace notes, exciting rhythms, rolled chords, intricate voicing, and thrilling dynamics and articulations. Enjoy the full range of stylistic string elements, expertly arranged here for piano solo.
This arrangement of Go Down Moses begins slowly and solemnly, then quickly ramps up into a fast boogie woogie swing that is an absolute blast to play. Experienced pianists will love the swinging rhythms, syncopation, exciting chord harmonies, and rapid blues scales in this performance showstopper.
This beautiful, emotional piano solo is a manifestation of the plea in every Christian heart for God’s grace. This graceful advanced piano solo arrangement is filled with flowing LH arpeggios, rich harmonies, and beautiful, complex chord progressions. It is arranged in contemporary style (not jazz). Perfect to play for a worship service, sacred program, or personal fulfillment.
This arrangement of “I Saw a Mighty Angel Fly” is for Women’s Ensemble (SSAA), Flute, and Piano. It was first performed at a women’s conference celebrating the bicentennial of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. The arrangement includes an optional vocal solo, 2-part harmonies (SA), 4-part harmonies (SSAA), and flute, with piano throughout (no a cappella sections). Includes two key changes (G Major to C Major to F Major). A small amount of text and music from “An Angel from On High” is blended in as well.
One of my wonderful piano students asked me arrange her two favorite hymns into a piano solo before she left to serve as a church missionary. This sacred piano solo combines Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing and Joseph Smith’s First Prayer (Oh, How Lovely was the Morning). Written in contemporary style with classical influences, it begins with Come Thou Fount and transitions into Joseph Smith’s First Prayer, then ultimately concludes with both melodies played simultaneously.
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An exquisite new Christmas collection of piano solos, originally released as an album on Apple Music in 2015. These 12 Classic Christmas Carols have been artfully arranged as intermediate to advanced piano solos, by Brianne Lundberg. Comes as one PDF digital download with 72 pages of sheet music.
This is a complete book of Christmas piano solos and includes the following 12 Carols:
It Came Upon The Midnight Clear
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Joy To The World (feat. a hint of Russian Trepak from “The Nutcracker”)
O Christmas Tree / The Holly and the Ivy (a Holiday Medley)
Away in a Manger (Kirkpatrick’s “Cradle Song” melody)
This joyful arrangement is filled with excitement and energy. Full chords, bold octaves, exuberant dynamics, unique chord choices, and a plethora of musical transitions give this vivacious melody even more life. The brilliance of Handel and Mason is meshed with Tchaikovsky as his famous Nutcracker Russian Dance sneaks in to inspire each key change. With a quick tempo, lively rhythms, and 5 key signatures to cover, this arrangement is an incredible Christmas showcase solo for a religious or holiday performance.
Please note: Sostenuto pedal is recommended (in addition to sustain pedal) for the final 4 measures.
This early advanced arrangement of It Came Upon The Midnight Clear is filled with rich RH chords and grand LH arpeggios. The treble lead-in with scale passages and parallel thirds feels like a winter’s night after a fresh snowfall. Full, complex chord harmonies and intricate arpeggios make this arrangement a rewarding challenge both to play and hear. This makes a beautiful Christmas religious service or Holiday performance selection.
These two carols in 3/4 meter blend beautifully in this Christmas medley celebrating our lovely Christmas greenery. The opening block chord accompaniment with straight rhythms quickly gives way to a contemporary broken chord feel with open harmonies, which transitions seamlessly back and forth between the two melodies. The arrangement has a peaceful, calm feel with just enough surprising harmonic choices (including sevenths and ninths) to help it feel fresh, yet right at home. It is a good choice for a lovely and serene holiday performance piece.
“Joyful, all ye nations rise! Join the triumph of the skies!” This arrangement of Hark, the Herald Angels Sing is jubilant and bold, filled with brilliant chord harmonies and a broad, open accompaniment sound. Occasional scale passages and a key change add variety while careful pedal use adds substance and fullness. This arrangement is perfect for a Christmas religious service or holiday recital.
Here We Come A-Wassailing (sometimes called Here We Come A-Caroling) is arranged here as a delightful late intermediate to early advanced piano solo. The arpeggiated LH accompaniment feels like riding a sleigh over snowbanks. This arrangement features 6/8 meter throughout with steady moving LH, and the chorus is written in tuplets. The use of polyrhythms provides an added challenge while retaining the traditional feel of the carol.
One of the most quintessential Christmas carols of all, this arrangement of Silent Night is warm, expressive, and filled with complexity. Grand, flowing arpeggios accompany full chords and harmonies. Unique chord choices, surprising modulations, and two key changes make this a memorable arrangement and an unforgettable performance that everyone will love. This is an excellent choice for a holiday church service or Christmas performance.
The beautiful English folk melody “Greensleeves” was immortalized as a Christmas carol by William Chatterton Dix. This arrangement for late intermediate to early advanced piano features a somber sound supported by more minor chords than are commonly used with this melody. The arrangement begins simply and grows in complexity; at its climax, rolled chords and rich harmonies are supported by moving LH arpeggios that eventually transition back to the simpler style of the beginning. It is perfect for a holiday church service or Christmas performance.
This arrangement of Yankee Doodle is an early advanced ragtime piano solo. Ragtime music is one of America’s great contributions to the music world, and this American patriotic rag does not disappoint! Perfect for a patriotic performance or summer recital, Yankee Doodle Rag is riddled with ragged rhythms, chromatic play, and classic LH stride piano. Early advanced pianists will love two-stepping with this fun patriotic piano solo.
This beloved holiday carol “Carol of the Bells” is arranged here as a late intermediate to early advanced piano solo. The main 4-note motif is supported by a continually moving accompaniment that begins softly in 4/4 meter and transitions to 3/4 with increasing energy. You can hear the ringing bell tones throughout with changing octaves, crossovers, increasingly broader harmonies, chord modulations, and urgent rhythms that ultimately swell to a climax before returning to 4/4 meter once again for a softer, calming finish. Without question, the Ukrainian Bell Carol is a sure favorite for holiday performances and recitals.
This joyful Christmas carol is arranged here as a late intermediate to early advanced piano solo. It begins with a recurring theme of treble chords tinkling like ringing bells while the melismatic “Gloria” passage sings beneath. The traditional energetic verse and refrain are repeated several times and carried through melodic variations, unique chord progressions, and modulations before coming to a jubilant conclusion. This arrangement is perfect as a showy, yet time-sensitive Christmas performance piece. (Performance length: less than 3 minutes.)