Guitar Chords and Tablature for O Holy Night
O Holy Night is a popular Christmas carol, based on the French poem by Placide Cappeau and set to music by Adolphe Adam. In this article we will look at the chords for this classic and how to play it on guitar. We will also cover the lyrics for this beautiful carol and a fingerstyle guitar arrangement.
O Holy Night is a classic Christmas carol. It is based on a French poem by Placide Cappeau, set to music by Adolphe Adam, and then translated into English by Unitarian minister John Sullivan Dwight. The lyrics reflect on the birth of Jesus as humanity’s redemption.
This song is easy to play on guitar and perfect for beginner students. It is also a great way to introduce students to the basics of reading sheet music. The sheet music for this song is available for free on our website, along with other Christmas songs.
This version of O Holy Night is arranged for fingerstyle guitar in dropped D tuning. It includes standard notation and tablature. The chords are marked with blue dots to indicate which fingers you should use on the fretting hand. You can find more information about reading guitar notation at this link. This arrangement was created by a member of ArrangeMe, Hal Leonard’s global self-publishing community for independent composers and arrangers.
Guitar chords for O Holy Night, a popular Christmas carol. This song is based on a French poem by Placide Cappeau. It was set to music by Adolphe Adam and translated into English by John Sullivan Dwight. It is one of the most famous Christmas songs in the world.
These are the guitar chords for this song in the key of C. They are all first position majors/mionors. Click on the chord names to learn different ways to play them on the guitar. Then, try putting them all together to form the melody for this beautiful song.
The words to this Christmas classic include some powerful imagery. For example, “long lay the world in sin and error pin – ing, Till He ap – peared and the soul felt its worth” and “Fall on your knees! O hear the angel voices! O night divine, O night when Christ was born.” It’s easy to see why this is such a popular carol.
O Holy Night is one of the most popular Christmas songs based on a poem by Placide Cappeau and set to music by Adolphe Adam. This post includes guitar chords and sheet music for the melody including tabs and a fingerstyle guitar arrangement of O Holy Night for beginning and intermediate guitarists. The guitar chords for O Holy Night are written in the key of C. Click on the chords with links to learn different ways of playing those chords on your guitar. If you’re not familiar with reading guitar tabs, check out this tutorial on how to read guitar notation.
This arrangement of O Holy Night was created by a member of ArrangeMe, Hal Leonard’s global self-publishing community for independent composers, arrangers and songwriters. Use the Key Finder to find a key that fits your vocal range.
This classic Christmas carol has been recorded by many famous musicians, including Bing Crosby and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. It was originally composed in 1847 by Adolphe Adam to the French poem “Minuit, christiens” (Midnight, Christians) by Placide Cappeau. The song is a Christian carol that tells the story of the birth of Jesus.
This version of O Holy Night is arranged for fingerstyle guitar in dropped D tuning. It includes standard notation, tab, and an audio mp3 download of the complete score. It is suitable for beginning to early intermediate guitarists. Click the button below to download. This arrangement was created by a member of Hal Leonard’s ArrangeMe community. For more information, please visit the ArrangeMe website. This site is free to join. You can also purchase the entire collection, which contains all of the arrangements on this site, in PDF format.