I saw three ships piano sheet music for the very beginner

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In this song we used chords (to play with the left hand). If you do not know how to play chords yet, you can try playing this melody with your right hand only, or learn how to play chords. We described it here: How to make chords?
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Dive into the enchanting world of traditional Christmas carols with “I Saw Three Ships,” a timeless piece that has captivated listeners for centuries. Believed to have originated from the 17th century, this carol is steeped in history and folklore, making it a fascinating study for anyone interested in the roots of holiday music. The song speaks of three ships sailing into Bethlehem, a poetic license since Bethlehem is landlocked, which adds a layer of intrigue and metaphor to the lyrics. Its upbeat melody and joyful lyrics have made it a staple in Christmas celebrations across the globe, resonating with audiences of all ages. The exact composer remains a mystery, adding to the song’s mystique, but it’s widely celebrated in English-speaking countries and has been covered by numerous artists, showcasing its enduring appeal.

For beginners eager to bring this magical carol to life, our piano book for beginners, enhanced with letter notes and keyboard stickers, offers an accessible entry point. Whether you’re a child or an adult, our piano learning book for adults and kids simplifies the process, allowing you to play “I Saw Three Ships” by following the easy letter notation. This approach demystifies the learning process, making it an enjoyable journey rather than a daunting task. Our piano songbook with letters is designed to make music accessible to everyone, regardless of their prior knowledge of music theory. By focusing on play by letter, learners can experience the joy of playing music right from the start. As you practice this beloved carol, you’ll not only enrich your holiday repertoire but also connect with a piece of music history that continues to bring joy and festivity to the holiday season.

Some of the notes on our website contain the full version of the song, and some are excerpts, or for example the very beginning, chorus or verse, etc. Full versions of all the notes can be found in our books and e-books: SHOP.

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