Use this page to discover detailed information about Frosty the Snowman piano music including printable sheet music and instructions on how to learn the piano part together with other useful info.
Which child has not adored the most loveable snowman in the world – Frosty the Snowman? No other snowman in the world would ever want to come to life after being put on a magic hat to play with children in the snow. Ok, now even my fantasy got to me!
Gene Autry, famous for his renditions of bringing Christmas songs to life and for being the hottest cowboy singer in his day, was the first to record and popularize this song. Soon other great singers such as Crosby, Fitzgerald and King Cole jumped on the bandwagon.
Here is another one of those fun oom-pah type of Christmas piano songs which are very easy to play unless you’re looking to make a splashy presentation of it, fill of glissandos, octaves as bass notes and a ton of arpeggios.
For our sake, you can get away with just play a bass note every half-bar, or add the ‘pah’ of the oom-pah beat (second and fourth beats of the bar) with a chord played by your right hand. What makes this song so cute, is the chromatic rising bass every other bar or so (such as F – F sharp – G in the key of C major) while the melody of the right hand goes downwards.
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