‘Rocking Around The Christmas Tree’ was recorded originally by Brenda Lee in 1958 however in the UK the more recently prominet version was the 1987 cover by Kim Wilde and Mel Smith. Did you know? It’s also been covered by Cyndi Lauper, Green Day, LeAnn Rimes, Mylie Cyrus (as Hannah Montana), Hanson, Bob Rivers, Bill […]
One of the most popular Christmas songs (definitely Slade’s most popular song!) enjoy the letter notes to ‘Merry Christmas Everyone’ Did you know? This has also been sung by the Spice Girls, Girls Aloud, Oasis, R.E.M., and Steps!
Originally written as ‘O Tannenbaum’ in 1824, a traditional German folk song, now a popular Christmas song known around the world.
Bing Crosby’s 1942 version of the famous song “White Christmas” is the most popular to date, having sold over 150 million copies worldwide. I’ve done my best to create a flute-friendly version, despite the song calling for a lower note. The letter notes will be good for beginners whatever your instrument of choice 🙂 Did […]
Everyone’s favourite, George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley present the catchiest 80’s Christmas pop song. Enjoy the letter notes – this one is much easier to play than I realised 🙂 Just watch out for the low C’s (with dot, .C) and normal high C (without dot). Did you know: ‘Last Christmas’ has been covered by […]
This song was originally written for the 1944 film ‘Meet me in St Louis’ sung by Judy Garland and is a lovely christmas tune to practice on any instrument 🙂 Did you know? This song has been covered by Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, Coldplay, The Carpenters, Michael Bublé, Christina Aguilera and Sam Smith – this […]
You’ve been searching for it, so here it is! Nice and early, so you’ll have a whole year to perfect it 🙂
“Walking in the Air” is the main song from the 1978 animated Christmas film “The Snowman” and is a great practice piece for beginners on any instrument. Low notes are a marked with a dot (.) and higher ones are with a caret (^). Did you know? Originally sung by a young choir boy named […]
Originally a poem written in 1848, this popular Christmas carol is a nice challenge for beginners on any musical instrument 🙂
The classic Irish Christmas song, the ‘Fairytale of New York’ us officially the UK’s favourite Christmas tune and it’s nice piece and easy for beginners to play 🙂 Did you know? Low notes are marked with a dot (.) and high ones with a caret (^)