What are the notes for jingle bells?
Play the following sequence of notes: G – D – E – F – F – F – E – E – E – D – D – E – D – G – E – E – E – E – E – G – D – E – F – F – F – E – E – E – G – G – F – D. This sequence of notes corresponds to the whole right hand of Jingle Bells played on the piano.
What are the first three notes of Jingle Bells?
First demonstrate playing the three notes C,E & G together with fingers 5,3 &1. Explain that when the notes are played together they make a chord. Then ask the child to have a go, this might take a little practise at first, explain that it is a bit tricky but will get easier.
What do you do with jingle bells?
A great idea is making ornaments of these bells – you can paint them or not, add a ribbon, and here you are! Wreaths and garlands of jingle bells not only look great, they also sound fantastic – you can rock a vine wreath, add fir branches, bells and other stuff and you have a lovely decoration.
What instruments can you hear in jingle bells?
They find use in many areas as a percussion instrument, including the classic sleigh bell sound and morris dancing.
What can I make with little bells?
If you want your home to be decorated in a unique and festive way, check out our selection of 13 jingle bell crafts!
- Jingle Bell Ornament.
- Egg Carton Jingle Bells.
- Jingle Bell Reindeer Art.
- Jingle Bell Christmas Ornaments.
- Rustic Jingle Bells.
- Red Jingle Bell Necklace.
- Jingle Bell Snowflake.
- Jingle Bell Sticks.
What are the violin notes?
The open strings on a violin are tuned to the following pitches, from lowest to highest: G, D, A, E. (Each string sounds a perfect fifth above the one below it.) The first stop on the fingerboard will produce a note that is one whole tone higher than the open string. These notes are A, E, B, and F#.