Deck the Halls Easy Piano Music
Deck the Halls has a simple right hand melody. Find blocked chords in the left hand for quick learning.
Download this beginner piano sheet music, read the piano practice tips and enjoy it for the holidays:
Deck the Halls Piano Practice Tips
1. The first of the Deck the Halls piano practice tips is about the hand position. Place both hands in the C position with your right hand thumb resting on Middle C. Then place your left hand 5th finger or pinky resting on Bass C. Bass C is the first C below Middle C.
2. Notice that the major chords throughout the piece are C, G7 and D. The C chord includes the notes C, E and G. The G7 chord uses only the notes B, F and G. The D chord includes D, F sharp and A.
3. The dotted quarter note is the first note of Deck the Halls. This dotted quarter note receives 1.5 beats and the eighth note following it gets .5 beats.
4. The left hand is made of of C, G7 and D broken chords. Be sure to practice left hand separately until you can play it smoothly. this will GREATLY decrease your learning curve.
5. Notice that the first line is repeated twice because of the repeat sign at the end of the first line.