Carol of the Bells Piano Trio

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Now your elementary to late elementary students can enjoy a trio version of Carol of the Bells for one piano, five hands! This accessible, yet exciting piece sounds much harder than it is, and is perfect for group lessons or a performance. It is also a good piece to play at a senior living home or to involve relatives at a family party.

The high part is for students who are comfortable with scale fingerings. The middle part is in 5-finger positions with minor hand shifts. The easy bass part is for one hand alone.

There are 3 versions of the score included in this file:

  • Teacher’s study score
  • 3 individual scores for high, medium, and low parts
  • Pianist’s score for 3 students to read at the piano
  • Colorful cover page

That is 18 pages total and you can choose which version you prefer to use.  The measures are numbered, and the score includes teaching editing marks and suggested fingerings. It was written by a piano teacher for busy students who gave it a thumbs up!

This is a studio license, so a single teacher can make unlimited copies.

This listing is an 18-page PRINTABLE score measuring 8.5 x 11 inches.  Please double check the email address so the file will be sent correctly by the eCommerce company that handles this site. Your completed file will be emailed to you as a high resolution PDF. Once you have downloaded your file, you may print it yourself or use a print shop of your choice. Please note that this listing does not include a physical item. Email me personally if you do not receive your file immediately after you place your order.


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5 reviews for Carol of the Bells Piano Trio

  1. shockinglackofsilk

    I have three siblings who are different in just about every way! But they had such a blast with this and it was quite touching to see them working together. I have their three lessons back to back, so I took a little time off the end of each and then they pretty much sight-read it together to meet the 12 minute deadline for them. Loved that they could feel successful with this, even at their varying levels of skill, in such a short, focused period. Made a nice counterpoint to the weeks of prepping the same three or four pieces each for our January recital. Genius idea- thank you Susan!

  2. Jolene

    3 of my students played this in 2015 for my Christmas program. It is a gorgeous piece and a great way for kids to learn to play together.

  3. Rebecca

    Three of my students, who are sisters, performed at the Christmas recital last year. They enjoyed it, because they all could play together, even with the 7-year-old, who is a beginner. It is a beautiful arrangement, and the audience loved it.

  4. Kelly Koch

    This was a very special part of our Christmas recital this year. We have a few families that have 3 siblings taking lessons, and all of them have an itty-bitty for the youngest. This piece was perfect, and brought the parents to tears! Thank you for this gorgeous and helpful arrangement; it was a HUGE hit.

  5. Rachel M.

    I had three siblings – ages 6, 9, & 11 – play it at our Christmas recital this year, and it was a huge hit! Even the 6 year old who just started lessons in August was able to play his part well, and they all had fun getting to play together!

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