Frosty The Snowman Piano Letters

Frosty The Snowman Piano Letters – Here, Frosty the Snowman is written and played in the key of C Major, and has a 4/4 time signature.

This famous Christmas carol is made up of four different phrases, with the first two and the last one being similar, with a different third ‘bridge’.

Frosty The Snowman Piano Letters

Frosty The Snowman Piano Letters

The first eight bars are the first sentence. The second eight bars feature almost the same lines repeated, except for the last two lines.

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Below is a simple bass line for the song that uses only one note at a time. With two half notes (minims) in each bar it provides a simple rhythm to the song.

The difference between the first and second notes in each bar is an octave or perfect fourth. Notice bars 5, 13 and 29 that jump from F to G.

In the final version of Frosty the Snowman, I added three chords to the right hand and removed the melody. This is very useful if you are with singers.

Note that most of the songs use C major, F major and G major chords. However, to make it easier to play and sound better, C major is usually played in the root position, F major in the 2nd inversion (so C is on the root of the chord) and G major in the 1st inversion (so. B is the root of the chord).

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You can see from this that the right fingers have to move a little in order to play the chords.

Note that in bar 23 there is a D major chord (see F# contrast). This is pretty much the only time to move slightly out of position.

We hope you find these tips useful. Feel free to comment below if you have any questions or suggestions.

Frosty The Snowman Piano Letters

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