Top 15 Easy Christmas Songs on Piano
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Summary: Here are some easy Christmas songs on piano that you can learn right now to create your very own holiday atmosphere. You can also download them from YouTube.
Learning how to play music on the piano may seem like a challenging task but that’s not necessarily the case if you pick easy songs. But what kind of songs should you start with? Well, this is the holiday season so it only seems right to start off with some good old Christmas tunes. With that in mind, we took a look around the web and handpicked some easy Christmas songs on piano that you can learn right now to create your very own holiday atmosphere.
Part 1: Top 15 Easy Christmas Songs on Piano
Jingle Bells sounds great on pretty much any instrument but fits particularly well as a Christmas piano song. Plus, the song is very slow and repetitive so learning it is a piece of cake.
Nothing says Christmas like a classic holiday song from the 40s. Despite its age, however, White Christmas remains the best-selling single of all time.
Let It Snow
This one was an easy choice to make because Let It Snow was created specifically for the piano. A little-known fact about Let It Snow is that the song was actually composed during the summer and was not originally meant as a Christmas song.
Joy To The World
There are certainly easier piano Christmas songs you can start with but you will likely want to learn how to play Joy to The World at some point or another because of its cultural and historical value.
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
One of the best Christmas songs on piano for beginners, Jolly Old St. Nicholas only consists of a handful of notes, which makes it very easy to learn even if you haven’t played the piano before.
Frosty the Snowman
Another well-known song that wasn’t actually composed specifically for Christmas but became a staple on many holiday playlists thanks to its wintery theme.
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
You can’t have a list of easy Christmas song son piano without including this classic. Not only is it simple to learn but you can easily find people to sing along while you play it because this is one of those songs that pretty much everybody knows by heart.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Though seemingly innocent at first glance, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is actually a pretty weird song if you take a close look at the lyrics. Luckily, you don’t really have to worry about that too much if you’re only interested in the instrumental version.
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Another easy piano Christmas song that’s perfect for the holiday season. This song is very religious in nature and was popularized during the 19th century by renowned German composer Felix Mendelssohn.
Baby, It’s Cold Outside
A very romantic song written back in the 40s that works particularly well as a duet. However, don’t worry if you can’t find somebody to sing along while you play because the song sounds just fine on the piano alone.
The story behind how the lyrics for this song were created is quite a sad one even though the melody is quite cheerful. That’s likely because the music was composed separately by Felix Bernard while Richard Smith, who wrote the lyrics, was being treated for tuberculosis.
Away in a Manger
Even easy Christmas songs on piano can’t usually be played using only one hand but Away in a Manger is an exception.
A famous religious hymn from the 19th century that continues to be as popular as ever to this day. The slow and solemn melody make it a great fit for the piano.
12 Days of Christmas
Learning all the lyrics of this song usually takes a bit of time and the same goes for learning all the notes. 12 Days of Christmas is a bit more challenging than some of the other songs on this list but still entirely manageable with a bit of practice.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
We end our list with a truly heartwarming song that that perfectly describes the Christmas spirit.
Part 2: How to Download Christmas Piano Songs from YouTube
If you want to learn easy Christmas songs on the piano the best place to look is YouTube. The website contains a lot of great tutorials that will help you learn all these songs in no time. The best way to practice is to download the songs so you can listen to them again at any time without having to worry about any interruptions. We recommend using YouTube to MP3 for all your downloading needs as this tool can help you download not just individual songs but entire playlists as well.
1. Launch DVDFab and look for the Utilities tab in the top menu. Click the tab and then click the tool labeled YouTube to MP3.
2. Visit YouTube and search for your favorite piano Christmas songs that you would like to download. Copy the URL of a song and then return to the software.
3. Paste in the URL to begin downloading. If you want to download a full playlist of piano Christmas songs simply copy and paste any song found within that playlist. The software will then let you know that you are trying to download a playlist, however, you can still choose to only download an individual song if you later change your mind.
4. Head over to the Finished tab once all the songs have been downloaded and click the little folder icon to access them immediately or to transfer them to a different device.
There are plenty of easy Christmas songs on piano that you can learn if you’re looking to improve your skills so hopefully, our list helps you out on your journey to become a great piano player. And if you ever want to download the songs so you can practice better don’t hesitate to try out DVDFab YouTube to MP3. The software includes a free trial so you can try it out right now without spending a penny and then decide later if you want to upgrade in order to benefit from all of its great features.
If you also are looking for some Christmas songs that can easily played on guitar, please check top Christmas songs on guitar.
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