What Christmas Piano Music Books, 2019..?

Sheet Music Review

The Christmas season is accompanied by a uniquely popular and significant body of music spanning multiple genres, and it’s no wonder that there are so many varied piano collections to choose from, whatever your level.

In this mega-review, I’ll be surveying the collections which have especially caught my eye as we enter the festive season in 2019…

Christmas starts here…

Included are studio essentials: collections which I and my students return to year after year, which have stood the test of time to become established classics.

I will also be including some newer, but very interesting publications which readers may not be so well aware of… how well do they measure up to the collections so many of us already know and love?

I will be giving equal prominence to collections which focus on the traditional music of the season and those which offer a more jazzy departure…

And I will be grouping music books according to the difficulty levels used for sheet music reviews on Pianodao through the year:

So let’s get Crackery Cracking! You can click on the link buttons above to go straight to the difficulty level you are looking for, or to explore the whole review:

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Published by

Andrew Eales

Andrew Eales is a pianist, writer and teacher based in Milton Keynes UK, where he runs Keyquest Music - his successful independent music education business, private teaching practice and creative outlet.

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