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.
A gorgeously flowing arrangement of O Holy Night, perfect for early to mid intermediate level pianists. Set in C Major with beautiful broken chords in Left Hand, this arrangement appeals to all ages and is a lovely choice for a holiday performance.
This early intermediate piano solo is written in contemporary style. The LH accompaniment favors one-octave open arpeggios while the RH melody plays the sweet melody up above, with occasional simple harmonies. It has a distinctly calm, lullaby feel and is a lovely Christmas easy piano solo. Early intermediate pianists will enjoy how the pedal and different octave ranges give this arrangement a full, beautiful sound.
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 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.
“Pa-rum pum pum pum”! He may not have had gold, frankincense, or myrrh, but the little drummer boy was able give the gift of music to the baby Jesus. This Christmas song has been recorded by countless artists, including the Trapp family, Harry Simeone Chorale, Pentatonix, Josh Groban, and more.
This is an easy piano arrangement in F major with optional voice. Best for later beginner to early intermediate pianists and great for all ages!
This arrangement may be performed as a piano solo or as a vocal accompaniment (solo or duet). If used for vocal accompaniment, the vocalist(s) should read the Treble staff of the piano part. For Vocal Solo: follow the melody (upper Treble notes). For Vocal Duet: Higher voice sings melody (upper Treble notes), lower voice sings harmony (lower Treble notes) or unison (where no harmonies are included).
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This early intermediate piano solo of a beloved French carol is written in classical contemporary style. The accompaniment has a mixture of Alberti bass, open fifths and sixths, and dotted rhythms that make this a lovely Christmas piano solo. Early intermediate pianists will enjoy how the pedal and different octave ranges give this arrangement a full, beautiful sound. Perfect for smaller hands (no intervals larger than a minor 6th).
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 intermediate arrangement is for pianists who love a big, fast sound! It begins with a dramatic feel, a bold RH bass melody in F minor supported by deep open octaves in LH. Open octaves and fifths continue throughout, with sporadic chord harmonies and contemporary progressions to balance the fast-moving melody. The climax builds in intensity to a rising key change before settling mysteriously into a deep, somber finish. This arrangement makes a flashy Holiday performance showpiece.
“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.
Kirkpatrick’s Cradle song melody for the Away in a Manger is a soothing lullaby. It has been arranged here for intermediate piano, with gently rocking broken chords and inverted chord harmonies. Surprising modulations and unique chord choices add variety to this humble carol. This arrangement is a beautiful sacred piano solo for 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 popular Christian song is a favorite at Christmas time. It is arranged here for early intermediate pianists with a steady rocking pattern LH bass and RH melody with harmonies. Its full sound and natural swing feel make this arrangement an excellent choice for a Christmas recital or worship meeting.
This lesser known French carol has a beautiful melody line written in Dorian mode for a minor feel with a raised sixth that creates a feeling of light and hope in dark times. It is arranged for LH melody in bass clef with rolled RH treble chords as a delicate ringing accompaniment. With many valuable teaching elements for late beginner/early intermediate level pianists, this arrangement is also a beautiful Christmas performance piece.
A classic arrangement of a German Christmas carol, this rendition of a quiet Christmas night is ideal for sharing the Christmas spirit and story in Christmas recitals, performances, and church settings. This arrangement consists of gently rocking accompaniment, a softly singing melody, and delicate, harmonious chords. A key change warms up the sound for the last radiant verse, building to resplendent, full chords before peacefully echoing the final lines.
The all-famous Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah oratorio – countless people have told me they wish they could play this masterpiece! That’s why I’ve arranged this Hallelujah Chorus piano solo – so you can play it at Christmastime for your family, during Easter season, or anytime you feel like shouting, “Hallelujah!”
This flowing arrangement embraces the medieval sound of this Christmas carol while adding modern elements. The accompaniment feels like traveling on camelback across the desert sands, while the melody builds from a single note strain into grand, ascending chords that reflect the majesty of the three kings bearing gifts to the Christ child.