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    • So, grab your boughs of holly and great ready to learn the Deck the Halls guitar chords in your practice routine today.
    • As well as playing Deck the Halls with singers, always a fun time around the holidays, you can also learn a solo guitar version of this classic song.
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      In this section, you’ll learn how to play Deck the Halls Easy guitar chords, how to jazz up those chords, a solo guitar version of the song, and how to transpose this holiday classic to all 12 keys if needed. So, grab your boughs of holly and great ready to learn the Deck the Halls guitar chords in your practice routine today. Deck the Halls Easy Guitar Chords If you’re looking to play the guitar chords for Deck the Halls in a traditional manner, here are the Easy guitar chords in the key of C that you can use as a guide to play on guitar. There are 6 different chords in Deck the Halls, which are listed here as Roman Numerals in the order they appear in the song to help you transpose those chords to other keys if necessary. C = I G = V G7 = V7 Am = vi D = II F = IV The first stanza of lyrics in included in this lead sheet. If you’re new to any of these chord shapes, here are the Deck the manor_hall Easy guitar chords using only open-position chords from the lead sheet above. To challenge yourself further on the guitar, here are barre chords for each change in Deck the Halls that you can use to change the timber of the song. Barre chords are harder to play compared to open chords, but they make it much easier to transpose the song if you choose to play Deck the Halls in other keys. grace the Halls Jazz Chords If you’re looking to jazz up your classic Christmas songs, here’s a jazzy arrangement of Deck the Halls that you can sing and play on the guitar. though the chords are jazzier in nature, they all work perfectly with the melody line, so they will fit with the lyrics and music in a vocal situation. If there are any jazz guitar chords on this chart for Deck the Halls that you aren’t familiar with, here are sample shapes that you can use to play these jazz chords on the guitar. Deck the Halls Chord Melody Arrangement As well as playing Deck the Halls with singers, always a fun time around the holidays, you can also learn a solo guitar version of this classic song. Here’s a solo guitar version of Deck the Halls that you can use on your own, or it could also be played with a trio or other small jazz group if that is a group that you jam with in your playing. Deck the Halls in 12 Keys – Transposition GuidePlaying Deck the Halls with vocalists often means changing the key of the song to better fit their vocal range. To help you quickly move the Deck the Halls Easy guitar chords to any key, here’s a transposition chart that you can use as a reference. The First Noel Guitar ChordsPlayed in 3/4 time, this holiday waltz is one of the most popular songs to sing with friends and family. Because the song is in 3/4 time you need to be careful of where to place the chords over the lyrics. Make sure you sing along, even if you’re not a singer, so get the placement of the chords correct before jamming it with other people. The First Noel Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here is the first chorus of lyrics and the chords to the First Noel. If you want to learn the rest of the lyrics, you can find them here. This song contains a number of different chords, and they’re listed here with their Roman numerals to make it easier to transpose them to other keys. D = I F#m = iii G = IV A = V A7 = V7 Now that you know what chords are used to build this song, you can take them onto the guitar. Here are open position shapes that you can learn and use to play the changes to the First Noel. Here are barre chord versions of those shapes to make it easier to transpose to other keys when playing this song. The First Noel Jazz Guitar Chords For those that want to jazz up this tune, here’s a jazzy arrangement of the chords, melody, and lyrics to the song. Here are sample shapes for each of the chords in the jazz arrangement to learn and add to your vocabulary. The First Noel Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to learn a solo guitar version of this song, here’s a chord melody arrangement of the First Noel. You can play this arrangement on your own, as an intro to a sung version of the song, or in a combo when playing in a band. The First Noel twelve Keys To help you transpose this song to other keys, here’s a handy reference chart that you can use to move these chords to any key. Good King Wenceslas Guitar Chords A favorite to sing along to at carols and holiday concerts, Good King Wenceslas is fun to learn and play on guitar. There aren’t a lot of chords in the tune, but it does have 17 bars, making it tricky to keep track of sometimes in regards to the form. But, if you memorize the chords, get the lyrics down, and focus on the form, you’ll be playing this classic holiday song in no time. Good King Wenceslas Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here is the first chorus of lyrics and the chords to Good King Wenceslas. This song contains a number of different chords, and they’re listed here with their Roman numerals to make it easier to transpose them to other keys. G = I C = IV D = V em = vi Now that you know what chords are used to build this tune, you can take those changes onto the fretboard. here are open position shapes that you can learn and use to play the changes to Good King Wenceslas. And, here are barre chord versions of those shapes to make it easier to transpose to other keys when playing this song. good King Wenceslas Jazz Chords For those that want to jazz up this tune, here’s a jazzy arrangement of the chords, melody, and lyrics to the song. Here are sample shapes for each of the chords in the jazz arrangement to learn and add to your harmonic vocabulary. good King Wenceslas Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to learn a solo guitar version of this song, here’s a chord melody arrangement of Good King Wenceslas. You can play this arrangement on your own, as an intro to a sung version of the song, or in a combo when playing in a band. good King Wenceslas twelve Keys To help you transpose this song to other keys, here’s a handy reference chart that you can use to move these chords to any key. hark the Herald Angel Sing Guitar Chords In this Christmas classic, you’ll be working on a few tricky chord changes, though all-playable in open position on the guitar. With a 20-bar form, a few secondary dominant chords, and some 7th chords, Hark the Herald Angels Sing is not only a fun song to sing, but it’s a challenge on the guitar. In this section, you’ll learn how to play the chords, learn jazz chords, and a solo guitar arrangement for this holiday song favorite. Hark the Herald Angels Sing Easy Guitar ChordsTo begin, here are the lyrics and Hark the Herald Angels Sing Easy guitar chords. The first verse of lyrics is included on the lead sheet. There are 7 chords in this song, written here in Roman Numerals to help you transpose them to other keys if needed. G – I D = V C = IV em = VI A7 = V7/V E7 = V7/ii Am = ii If you’re new to open-position chords, here are shapes that you can use to play all of the hark the Herald Angels Sing chords. As well, to make it easier to transpose this song into other keys, here are the barre chords used to play Hark the Herald Angels Sing. harken the Herald Angels Sing Jazz Chords Here’s a jazzy arrangement of Hark the Herald Angels Sing to work on in your practicing. You can use these chords to bring new life into this classic Christmas song, or just use a few of these changes alongside the original changes. If you’re new to jazz guitar chords, check out these shapes as they’ll help you play the Jazzy arrangement of Hark the Herald Angels Sing above. Hark the Herald Angels Sing Chord Melody If you want to push yourself a bit in the practice room, you can learn a solo guitar version of Hark the Herald Angels Sing. hark the Herald angel Sing in twelve Keys – Transposition chart To help you move this classic Christmas song around the fretboard, here is a transposition chart to play the chords in all keys. Jingle Bells Guitar Chords Another classic Christmas song, Jingle Bells features a simple chord progression that is fun to jam around the holidays. In this section, you will learn how to play Jingle Bells Easy guitar chords, with both open and barre chords, as well as explore how to add a jazz flavor to this holiday favorite. Lastly, if you’re up for a challenge, or just want to breathe new life into this song in your playing, you can learn a solo guitar arrangement of Jingle Bells for guitar. So, load up your one-horse open sleigh and learn how to play Jingles Bells on guitar. Jingle Bells Easygoing Guitar Chords To help you learn to play Jingle Bells on guitar, here are the Easy guitar chords in the key of C that you can practice and jam with friends and family. there are four chords in jingle Bells, which you can use to help transpose the key if needed: I = C II7 = D7 IV = F V7 = G7 The first section of lyrics are included in the chord sheet below. If you’re new to these chords, here are the basic shapes for jingle Bells, using only open-position chords in the arrangement. To take it a step further, here are barre chords for each change in Jingle Bells that you can practice and play with friends. Barre chords are more difficult to play compared to open chords, but they do make it easier to transpose the song when it comes time to play Jingle Bells in other keys. jingle Bells Jazz Chords For those jazz fans out there , here’s a slightly jazzier version of Jingle Bells that you can learn, using more complex chords while still sticking to the melody line at the same time. If you’re new to jazz, go slow with these chords, and refer to the shapes below as a reference, as it can take time to work out these changes when first practicing them. But, with a bit of practice, you’ll learn to play a fresh approach to Jingle Bells that you can use to jam with friends and family during the holiday season. To help you learn the chords in the jazzy arrangement of Jingle Bells, here are chord grids for each change in the tune that you can use as a reference. jingle Bells Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to take Jingle Bells a bit further in your guitar practice, and performance, here’s a chord melody arrangement that you can work out to play in a group, or solo guitar, situation. You’ll notice that the octave is adjusted here and there to prevent the song from getting too high or low on the fretboard. Have fun with this arrangement. It’ll challenge you, but when you have it down it’ll provide a fun solo guitar version of Jingle Bells that you can play around the holidays with friends and family. The chord symbols have been left off this page to prevent the notes from becoming too congested. You can refer to the jazz lead sheet changes to see what chords are being used here. jangle Bells in twelve Keys – Transposition Guide While learning the guitar chords to classic Christmas songs in one key will get you through some situations, if you’re playing with a carol group, or just around the table during the holidays, you’ll probably have to play in other keys besides C.To help you quickly transpose Jingle Bells into any key, here’s a quick transposition guide for the chords to Jingle Bells in all 12 keys that you can use as a reference. Joy to the World guitar Chords With only a few chords, and played in the key of C major, Joy to the World is one of those classic Christmas songs that everyone loves to play and sing around the holidays. To help you work out this song on the guitar, you’ll find the chords, jazz arrangement, solo-guitar version, and chord fingerings for Joy to the World below. Joy to the World Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here’s a Joy to the World lead sheet with Easy guitar chords and lyrics. If you need to transpose this song, here are the Roman Numerals for each chord. You can use them in conjunction with the reference chart below to quickly play Joy to the World in any key. C = I G = V F =IV G7 = V7 The first stanza of lyrics is included in the lead sheet. If you’re new to any of these Joy to the World guitar chords, here are all of the chord shapes used to play this song in open position. As well, when transposing this song to other keys, barre chords will come in handy. To help you get those chord shapes under your fingers, here are barre chord shapes for every chord in Joy to the World. Joy to the domain Jazz Chords For the jazz guitarists in the room, or those looking to explore jazz guitar, here is a jazzy arrangement of Joy to the World that you can learn on guitar. Though the chords are different from the original changes, the melody line will still fit over each chord in this arrangement. If you’re new to jazz chords, see the chord diagrams below for sample fingerings. For those that need a bit of help with jazz chords, here are sample fingerings for each chord used in the Joy to the World jazz lead sheet. Joy to the World Chord Melody ArrangementLearning classic Christmas songs is always fun when working with singers. But, they’re also great for learning solo guitar arrangements. Here’s a jazz version of Joy to the World arranged for chord melody, which can be played in a combo or solo-guitar setting. Joy to the World Transposition Guide When playing Joy to the World with singers, solo or choir, you’ll probably have to change the key. To help you move this classic Christmas song to other keys, here’s an Easy to reference transposition guide. O Come All Ye Faithful Guitar Chords A crowd favorite to sing along to at carols and holiday concerts, O Come All Ye Faithful is a fun to learn and play ballad. Though there are a lot of chords, often one per beat, the slow tempo makes this song manageable for most guitarists. But, if you’re stuck on those fast-moving chords, it will take some time in the practice room to get the song ready to play with friends and family. O Come All Ye Faithful Easy Guitar ChordsTo begin, here is the first chorus of lyrics and the chords to O Come All Ye Faithful. This song contains a number of different chords, and they’re listed here with their Roman numerals to make it easier to transpose them to other keys. G = I A = V/V A7 = V7/V B7 = V7/vi C = IV D = V D7 = V7 Em = vi Now that you know what chords are used to build this tune, you can take those changes onto the fretboard. here are open position shapes that you can learn and use to play the changes to O come_up All Ye Faithful. And, here are barre chord versions of those shapes to make it easier to transpose to other keys when playing this song. O Come all Ye Faithful Jazz Chords For those that want to jazz up this tune, here’s a jazzy arrangement of the chords, melody, and lyrics to the song. Here are sample shapes for each of the chords in the jazz arrangement to learn and add to your harmonic vocabulary. O Come All Ye Faithful Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to learn a solo guitar version of this song, here’s a chord melody arrangement of O Come All Ye Faithful. You can play this arrangement on your own, as an intro to a sung version of the song, or in a combo when playing in a band. O Come All Ye Faithful 12 KeysTo help you transpose this song to other keys, here’s a handy reference chart that you can use to move these chords to any key. O Holy Night Guitar Chords The most difficult song to play in this collection, the O Holy Night guitar chords are plentiful, colorful, and all over the fretboard in many keys. As well, the form is longer than other classic Christmas songs, making it hard to keep track of where you are in the song. Because of this, it’ll take more time to work out this song on guitar. Be sure to practice it ahead of time before taking it to a vocal rehearsal or carol concert. Many classic Christmas songs can be sight read as they only have a few chords. But, O Holy Night has 9 chords, with barre chords, and therefore needs more study to master on the fretboard. O holy Night Easygoing Guitar Chords To begin, here is a lead sheet for O Holy Night in the key of G major. There really is no key for O Holy Night that uses only open-position guitar chords. So, this is as close as you can get, one barre chord, to all open chords. Keep this in mind when transposing the song, as you’ll end up using more barre chords than in other Christmas songs on guitar. There are 9 chords in O Holy Night, listed here to help you transpose them with the chart below if needed. G = I C = IV D7 = V7 G7 = V7/IV Bm = iii F# = V7/iii Em = vi Am = ii D = V Here is the O Holy night lead sheet with the first stanza of lyrics. To help you get these chords under your fingers, as there are a few non-open chords in this key, here are chord shapes that you can use when playing this version of O Holy Night on guitar.
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      In this section, you’ll learn how to play Deck the Halls easy guitar chords, how to jazz up those chords, a solo guitar version of the song, and how to transpose this holiday classic to all 12 keys if needed. So, grab your boughs of holly and great ready to learn the Deck the Halls guitar chords in your practice routine today. Deck the Halls Easy Guitar Chords If you’re looking to play the guitar chords for Deck the Halls in a traditional manner, here are the easy guitar chords in the key of C that you can use as a guide to play on guitar. There are 6 different chords in Deck the Halls, which are listed here as Roman Numerals in the order they appear in the song to help you transpose those chords to other keys if necessary. C = I G = V G7 = V7 Am = vi D = II F = IV The first stanza of lyrics in included in this lead sheet. If you’re new to any of these chord shapes, here are the Deck the Halls easy guitar chords using only open-position chords from the lead sheet above. To challenge yourself further on the guitar, here are barre chords for each change in Deck the Halls that you can use to change the timber of the song. Barre chords are harder to play compared to open chords, but they make it much easier to transpose the song if you choose to play Deck the Halls in other keys. Deck the Halls Jazz Chords If you’re looking to jazz up your classic Christmas songs, here’s a jazzy arrangement of Deck the Halls that you can sing and play on the guitar. Though the chords are jazzier in nature, they all work perfectly with the melody line, so they will fit with the lyrics and music in a vocal situation. If there are any jazz guitar chords on this chart for Deck the Halls that you aren’t familiar with, here are sample shapes that you can use to play these jazz chords on the guitar. Deck the Halls Chord Melody Arrangement As well as playing Deck the Halls with singers, always a fun time around the holidays, you can also learn a solo guitar version of this classic song. Here’s a solo guitar version of Deck the Halls that you can use on your own, or it could also be played with a trio or other small jazz group if that is a group that you jam with in your playing. Deck the Halls in 12 Keys – Transposition Guide Playing Deck the Halls with vocalists often means changing the key of the song to better fit their vocal range. To help you quickly move the Deck the Halls easy guitar chords to any key, here’s a transposition chart that you can use as a reference. The First Noel Guitar Chords Played in 3/4 time, this holiday waltz is one of the most popular songs to sing with friends and family. Because the song is in 3/4 time you need to be careful of where to place the chords over the lyrics. Make sure you sing along, even if you’re not a singer, so get the placement of the chords correct before jamming it with other people. The First Noel Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here is the first chorus of lyrics and the chords to the First Noel. If you want to learn the rest of the lyrics, you can find them here. This song contains a number of different chords, and they’re listed here with their Roman numerals to make it easier to transpose them to other keys. D = I F#m = iii G = IV A = V A7 = V7 Now that you know what chords are used to build this song, you can take them onto the guitar. Here are open position shapes that you can learn and use to play the changes to the First Noel. Here are barre chord versions of those shapes to make it easier to transpose to other keys when playing this song. The First Noel Jazz Guitar Chords For those that want to jazz up this tune, here’s a jazzy arrangement of the chords, melody, and lyrics to the song. Here are sample shapes for each of the chords in the jazz arrangement to learn and add to your vocabulary. The First Noel Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to learn a solo guitar version of this song, here’s a chord melody arrangement of the First Noel. You can play this arrangement on your own, as an intro to a sung version of the song, or in a combo when playing in a band. The First Noel 12 Keys To help you transpose this song to other keys, here’s a handy reference chart that you can use to move these chords to any key. Good King Wenceslas Guitar Chords A favorite to sing along to at carols and holiday concerts, Good King Wenceslas is fun to learn and play on guitar. There aren’t a lot of chords in the tune, but it does have 17 bars, making it tricky to keep track of sometimes in regards to the form. But, if you memorize the chords, get the lyrics down, and focus on the form, you’ll be playing this classic holiday song in no time. Good King Wenceslas Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here is the first chorus of lyrics and the chords to Good King Wenceslas. This song contains a number of different chords, and they’re listed here with their Roman numerals to make it easier to transpose them to other keys. G = I C = IV D = V Em = vi Now that you know what chords are used to build this tune, you can take those changes onto the fretboard. Here are open position shapes that you can learn and use to play the changes to Good King Wenceslas. And, here are barre chord versions of those shapes to make it easier to transpose to other keys when playing this song. Good King Wenceslas Jazz Chords For those that want to jazz up this tune, here’s a jazzy arrangement of the chords, melody, and lyrics to the song. Here are sample shapes for each of the chords in the jazz arrangement to learn and add to your harmonic vocabulary. Good King Wenceslas Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to learn a solo guitar version of this song, here’s a chord melody arrangement of Good King Wenceslas. You can play this arrangement on your own, as an intro to a sung version of the song, or in a combo when playing in a band. Good King Wenceslas 12 Keys To help you transpose this song to other keys, here’s a handy reference chart that you can use to move these chords to any key. Hark the Herald Angels Sing Guitar Chords In this Christmas classic, you’ll be working on a few tricky chord changes, though all-playable in open position on the guitar. With a 20-bar form, a few secondary dominant chords, and some 7th chords, Hark the Herald Angels Sing is not only a fun song to sing, but it’s a challenge on the guitar. In this section, you’ll learn how to play the chords, learn jazz chords, and a solo guitar arrangement for this holiday song favorite. Hark the Herald Angels Sing Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here are the lyrics and Hark the Herald Angels Sing easy guitar chords. The first verse of lyrics is included on the lead sheet. There are 7 chords in this song, written here in Roman Numerals to help you transpose them to other keys if needed. G – I D = V C = IV Em = VI A7 = V7/V E7 = V7/ii Am = ii If you’re new to open-position chords, here are shapes that you can use to play all of the Hark the Herald Angels Sing chords. As well, to make it easier to transpose this song into other keys, here are the barre chords used to play Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Hark the Herald Angels Sing Jazz Chords Here’s a jazzy arrangement of Hark the Herald Angels Sing to work on in your practicing. You can use these chords to bring new life into this classic Christmas song, or just use a few of these changes alongside the original changes. If you’re new to jazz guitar chords, check out these shapes as they’ll help you play the Jazzy arrangement of Hark the Herald Angels Sing above. Hark the Herald Angels Sing Chord Melody If you want to push yourself a bit in the practice room, you can learn a solo guitar version of Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Hark the Herald Angels Sing in 12 Keys – Transposition Chart To help you move this classic Christmas song around the fretboard, here is a transposition chart to play the chords in all keys. Jingle Bells Guitar Chords Another classic Christmas song, Jingle Bells features a simple chord progression that is fun to jam around the holidays. In this section, you will learn how to play Jingle Bells easy guitar chords, with both open and barre chords, as well as explore how to add a jazz flavor to this holiday favorite. Lastly, if you’re up for a challenge, or just want to breathe new life into this song in your playing, you can learn a solo guitar arrangement of Jingle Bells for guitar. So, load up your one-horse open sleigh and learn how to play Jingles Bells on guitar. Jingle Bells Easy Guitar Chords To help you learn to play Jingle Bells on guitar, here are the easy guitar chords in the key of C that you can practice and jam with friends and family. There are four chords in Jingle Bells, which you can use to help transpose the key if needed: I = C II7 = D7 IV = F V7 = G7 The first section of lyrics are included in the chord sheet below. If you’re new to these chords, here are the basic shapes for Jingle Bells, using only open-position chords in the arrangement. To take it a step further, here are barre chords for each change in Jingle Bells that you can practice and play with friends. Barre chords are more difficult to play compared to open chords, but they do make it easier to transpose the song when it comes time to play Jingle Bells in other keys. Jingle Bells Jazz Chords For those jazz fans out there, here’s a slightly jazzier version of Jingle Bells that you can learn, using more complex chords while still sticking to the melody line at the same time. If you’re new to jazz, go slow with these chords, and refer to the shapes below as a reference, as it can take time to work out these changes when first practicing them. But, with a bit of practice, you’ll learn to play a fresh approach to Jingle Bells that you can use to jam with friends and family during the holiday season. To help you learn the chords in the jazzy arrangement of Jingle Bells, here are chord grids for each change in the tune that you can use as a reference. Jingle Bells Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to take Jingle Bells a bit further in your guitar practice, and performance, here’s a chord melody arrangement that you can work out to play in a group, or solo guitar, situation. You’ll notice that the octave is adjusted here and there to prevent the song from getting too high or low on the fretboard. Have fun with this arrangement. It’ll challenge you, but when you have it down it’ll provide a fun solo guitar version of Jingle Bells that you can play around the holidays with friends and family. The chord symbols have been left off this page to prevent the notes from becoming too congested. You can refer to the jazz lead sheet changes to see what chords are being used here. Jingle Bells in 12 Keys – Transposition Guide While learning the guitar chords to classic Christmas songs in one key will get you through some situations, if you’re playing with a carol group, or just around the table during the holidays, you’ll probably have to play in other keys besides C. To help you quickly transpose Jingle Bells into any key, here’s a quick transposition guide for the chords to Jingle Bells in all 12 keys that you can use as a reference. Joy to the World Guitar Chords With only a few chords, and played in the key of C major, Joy to the World is one of those classic Christmas songs that everyone loves to play and sing around the holidays. To help you work out this song on the guitar, you’ll find the chords, jazz arrangement, solo-guitar version, and chord fingerings for Joy to the World below. Joy to the World Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here’s a Joy to the World lead sheet with easy guitar chords and lyrics. If you need to transpose this song, here are the Roman Numerals for each chord. You can use them in conjunction with the reference chart below to quickly play Joy to the World in any key. C = I G = V F =IV G7 = V7 The first stanza of lyrics is included in the lead sheet. If you’re new to any of these Joy to the World guitar chords, here are all of the chord shapes used to play this song in open position. As well, when transposing this song to other keys, barre chords will come in handy. To help you get those chord shapes under your fingers, here are barre chord shapes for every chord in Joy to the World. Joy to the World Jazz Chords For the jazz guitarists in the room, or those looking to explore jazz guitar, here is a jazzy arrangement of Joy to the World that you can learn on guitar. Though the chords are different from the original changes, the melody line will still fit over each chord in this arrangement. If you’re new to jazz chords, see the chord diagrams below for sample fingerings. For those that need a bit of help with jazz chords, here are sample fingerings for each chord used in the Joy to the World jazz lead sheet. Joy to the World Chord Melody Arrangement Learning classic Christmas songs is always fun when working with singers. But, they’re also great for learning solo guitar arrangements. Here’s a jazz version of Joy to the World arranged for chord melody, which can be played in a combo or solo-guitar setting. Joy to the World Transposition Guide When playing Joy to the World with singers, solo or choir, you’ll probably have to change the key. To help you move this classic Christmas song to other keys, here’s an easy to reference transposition guide. O Come All Ye Faithful Guitar Chords A crowd favorite to sing along to at carols and holiday concerts, O Come All Ye Faithful is a fun to learn and play ballad. Though there are a lot of chords, often one per beat, the slow tempo makes this song manageable for most guitarists. But, if you’re stuck on those fast-moving chords, it will take some time in the practice room to get the song ready to play with friends and family. O Come All Ye Faithful Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here is the first chorus of lyrics and the chords to O Come All Ye Faithful. This song contains a number of different chords, and they’re listed here with their Roman numerals to make it easier to transpose them to other keys. G = I A = V/V A7 = V7/V B7 = V7/vi C = IV D = V D7 = V7 Em = vi Now that you know what chords are used to build this tune, you can take those changes onto the fretboard. Here are open position shapes that you can learn and use to play the changes to O Come All Ye Faithful. And, here are barre chord versions of those shapes to make it easier to transpose to other keys when playing this song. O Come All Ye Faithful Jazz Chords For those that want to jazz up this tune, here’s a jazzy arrangement of the chords, melody, and lyrics to the song. Here are sample shapes for each of the chords in the jazz arrangement to learn and add to your harmonic vocabulary. O Come All Ye Faithful Chord Melody Arrangement If you want to learn a solo guitar version of this song, here’s a chord melody arrangement of O Come All Ye Faithful. You can play this arrangement on your own, as an intro to a sung version of the song, or in a combo when playing in a band. O Come All Ye Faithful 12 Keys To help you transpose this song to other keys, here’s a handy reference chart that you can use to move these chords to any key. O Holy Night Guitar Chords The most difficult song to play in this collection, the O Holy Night guitar chords are plentiful, colorful, and all over the fretboard in many keys. As well, the form is longer than other classic Christmas songs, making it hard to keep track of where you are in the song. Because of this, it’ll take more time to work out this song on guitar. Be sure to practice it ahead of time before taking it to a vocal rehearsal or carol concert. Many classic Christmas songs can be sight read as they only have a few chords. But, O Holy Night has 9 chords, with barre chords, and therefore needs more study to master on the fretboard. O Holy Night Easy Guitar Chords To begin, here is a lead sheet for O Holy Night in the key of G major. There really is no key for O Holy Night that uses only open-position guitar chords. So, this is as close as you can get, one barre chord, to all open chords. Keep this in mind when transposing the song, as you’ll end up using more barre chords than in other Christmas songs on guitar. There are 9 chords in O Holy Night, listed here to help you transpose them with the chart below if needed. G = I C = IV D7 = V7 G7 = V7/IV Bm = iii F# = V7/iii Em = vi Am = ii D = V Here is the O Holy Night lead sheet with the first stanza of lyrics. To help you get these chords under your fingers, as there are a few non-open chords in this key, here are chord shapes that you can use when playing this version of O Holy Night on guitar.



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