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Piano Solo - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
By Frank Sinatra. Arranged by Amy J. Snyder. Sheet Music Single. 5 pages. Published by Amy J. Snyder (H0.391769-313201).
Item Number: H0.391769-313201
"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" has got to be one of the most classic Christmas songs of all time. It was written by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane for the 1944 movie "Meet Me in St. Louis", starring Judy Garland. According to an interview with the writers in 1989, when Judy first read the words she refused to sing it because the words were too depressing. Martin and Blane revised it, and that version was used in the movie. This piano solo is written for advanced intermediate level, and begins with a beautiful, flowing style, full of rich chording, and changes into a "piano bar" style, with a single line melody in the R.H. and bass and chords in the L.H. The melody is written using many triplets and a swing rhythm that is similar to the way it is sung by many famous artists. There is lots of helpful fingering, making many passages flow with ease. Pedal this song about every 2 beats to maintain a clean sound. Arranged by Amy J. Snyder. Visit AmyJoMusic at www.facebook.com/amyjsnyder7. Copyright (c) 1943 (Renewed) METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER INC. (c) 1944 (Renewed) EMI FEIST CATALOG INC. All Rights Controlled and Administered by EMI FEIST CATALOG INC. (Publishing) and ALFRED MUSIC (Print) All Rights Reserved.
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