Silent Night Sheet Music


Every harp player should be able to play Silent Night, it’s a classic! This version of Silent Night is quite simple but creates a beautiful peaceful atmosphere. For those who have been playing harp for a while, you’ll find this version easy enough to learn last-minute in time for Christmas, whew! If you’ve only started learning harp this year, this arrangement will be a good challenge and will teach you some useful skills, especially if you learn it from the Video Course.

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Level: Late-beginner. The right hand plays the simple melody, which includes overlapping brackets. The left hand part is slow, with single notes, 5th intervals and 4-finger arpeggios.

Type of harp: Lever harps or pedal harp. This arrangement can be played on 22-string harps (C to C) or larger.


Range: Lowest note is D one octave below middle C, highest note is C two octaves above middle C.

Levers/pedals: It is in the key of G major (F sharps), with no lever changes. A harp without levers can be tuned into the key of G (all F strings to F sharps) for this song.

Product: PDF download of 2 pages. Fingering and bracketing are included.


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Christy-Lyn will teach you each note, the right technique and give you encouragement as you go. Never feel defeated by learning a harp piece again!


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