Silent Night for Late-Beginner Harp

What a beautiful spot for us to record Silent Night! My team set this scene especially for the video, so I hope it was fun for you to watch.

I created this arrangement so that it is simple enough to learn in time for Christmas, but also interesting enough that even if you’re a little bit more advanced you’ll still enjoy learning it quickly.

If you learn this arrangement with my video course you’ll also be solidifying foundational harp skills. So if this is your first Christmas with a harp you’ll get all the help you need to get it fluent, and if you are a little more advanced then you’ll be able to learn in record speed!

We also have other Christmas songs available to learn from video courses:

  • What Child is This (mid-beginner) is a lovely simple Christmas piece.
  • O Come Emmanuel (late-beginner) is a bit more difficult than Silent Night but still not too complex.
  • O Holy Night (late-intermediate) is a great option if you want more of a challenge.

To learn ‘Silent Night’ in my video course, click here and I’ll see you there!

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