Year: 2002 - Album: Let It Be Christmas. Silent Night Alan Jackson. [E Eb Bb B G Gb Em A Am C D Bm Dm Cm Ab] Chords for Silent Night | Easy Christmas Piano Tutorial (With Notes) with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Silent Night is one of the world’s most popular Christmas songs, and it’s very easy to play on the guitar. Saved by Hyelim Lee. From traditional Christmastime hymns like “Silent Night” in the simple key of G, featuring 5 common chords that are found in thousands of songs, to the funny classics like “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” in the key of C, you’ll find carols in a variety of keys that will add to your mental guitar chord catalog. All songs have a set of three chords – sometimes only two, but in this case three – that support the melody. We'll send you a series of lessons that will move you to the next level of your guitar journey. Now your playing the E7 open chord. “Silent Night” is a 24-measure song. Most people have to do this with their pinky and if the little finger’s not free, then you have to go through all the hassle of changing your whole chord. [G]Silent night, holy night [D7]All is calm, [G]all is bright [C]Round yon Virgin, [G]Mother and Child [C]Holy Infant so [G]tender and mild [D7]Sleep in heavenly [G]peace Sleep in [D7]heavenly [G]peace [G]Silent night, holy night [D7]Shepherds quake [G]at the sight, [C]Glories stream fro Silent Night. It’s especially helpful when we get to measure eight. We’re playing in the key of G, but that does not mean that the first note we sing is a G. Songs can start wherever they please, and it’s on us to get it right. That means that instead of four counts to every measure, you’re playing three counts to every measure. Post navigation. Like I said the E7 is almost like the E Major chord. Working up your holiday repertoire puts you on a collision course with the uncomfortable fact that the parts of all these songs that everyone knows is about 45 seconds at best. Song Title: Silent Night Category: Christmas Songs Releasing Year: December 24, 1818 Written By Franz Xaver Gruber & Joseph Mohr Music Composer: Franz Xaver Gruber Genre: Seasonal Language: English. Everybody can play this lovely tune! Listen to our Learn Guitar Podcast for rapid guitar progress. D7 D7 G G All is calm, all is bright C C G G 'Round yon virgin Mother and Child. Play these chords in the two octaves below Middle C on your piano. First day on the guitar? Beranda › CHORD. That’s one less thing to be moving around and I, for one, appreciate having the extra time to get my fingers in place. Below are the chords and TAB for Silent Night in the keys of C and F. We’ve also provided a free printable pdf sheet music version of Silent Night – see link below. Silent Night Guitar Tab by Misc Traditional learn how to play chords diagrams Silent Night tab by Misc Traditional with chords drawings, easy version, 12 key variations and much more. As you play, listen to how that works differently when the G chord goes to the D chord, and when the G chord goes to the C chord. I like to add the harmonics of the G chord (12th fret on the D, G and D strings) as a finishing touch. I heartily recommend that you play this with your index finger on the fifth fret of the E, your ring finger on the seventh fret of the B and your middle finger on the seventh fret of the G string. Let’s look at the whole thing and then take it apart: The first line of the song consists of two measures which are then repeated. When learning new songs, it helps to try to break them up into chunks. Here’s some more National Guitar Academy lessons you may enjoy! You can use a capo! For the not-quite-beginner guitarist, you’ll still be playing this song in the key of G, for a couple of reasons. The bass line, with one exception, will be fairly static and the accompanying arpeggios come straight from your chords. Chords ratings, diagrams and lyrics. In early October, we begin to approach our local retailers with some extra caution. Traditional. So why should I worry about getting a finger on that string? Again, I realize that this lesson was a little more “condensed” than the ones you’ve become used to here at Guitar Noise. Below are some very easy Silent Night chords for you to try out. Pull that finger off and there’s your B note.