Michis Weihnachtsliederbbuch für Klavier (Michis Book of Christmas Songs for Piano)



Michael Schäfer


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Hello little and big key acrobats,

I am delighted that you want to sing and make music this Christmas time!

Christmas is always a great celebration with music and singing, and Christmas songs belong to it just as much as baking Christmas cookies, making presents and decorating Christmas trees.

You can play the songs solo or four-handed; you will find an accompaniment to every song. Naturally, you can also sing the songs. In the appendix you will find examples of accompaniments with chords so you can make music together with your family and friends. You could vary the accompaniment by using different broken chords for different verses, for example.


I wish you all a lot of fun making music,

Your Michi


This book is available in German only.

33 Songs for the Christmas Period from Germany and Around the World


Michael Schäfer’s book series ‘Michis Weihnachtsliederbuch für …’ (Michis Book of Christmas Songs for…) contains 33 easy arrangements of Christmas songs from Germany and around the world for the following instruments: guitar, recorder, flute, cello, double bass, violin and piano.

The books for melody instruments can be used in group lessons, as Michael Schäfer has arranged a second easy part. In addition, chord symbols are written above the melody and the appendix contains chord tables and suggestions for accompaniments on the guitar or piano, so that family members and friends can accompany the young musicians.


A selection from the contents: Alle Jahre wieder (Every Year Again), Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming), Stille Nacht (Silent Night)


in the series have been published:

‘Michis Weihnachtsliederbuch für …’ (Michis Book of Christmas Songs for…)

... Recorder

... Cello

... Double Bass

... Violin

... Guitar

... Flute

Alle Jahre wieder (Every year again)

Am Weihnachtsbaum die Lichter brennen (On the Christmas tree)

Andachtsjodler (Devotional Yodel)

Der Christbaum ist der schönste Baum (The Christmas tree is the most beautiful)

Du lieber, heil’ger, frommer Christ  (You Beloved, Holy, Divine Christ)

Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen (There is a rose sprung)

Fröhliche Weihnacht überall (Merry Christmas everywhere)


Guten Abend, schön’ Abend (Good evening, nice evening)

Ihr Kinderlein, kommet (Come ye children)

In einem kleinen Apfel (In a little apple)

Jingle Bells

Joseph, lieber Joseph mein (Joseph, my dear Joseph)

Kling, Glöckchen, klingelingeling (Ding, Bell)

Kommet, ihr Hirten (Come, ye shepherds)

Lasst uns froh und munter sein (Let us be happy and cheerful)

Leise rieselt der Schnee (Let it snow)

Les anges dans nos campagnes

Malenkoj jolotschke

Melchior et Balthazar

Morgen, Kinder, wird’s was geben (Tomorrow, Children, just wait!)

Morgen kommt der Weihnachtsmann (Tomorrow, Santa’s Coming)

O du fröhliche, o du selige (O joyful, o blessed)

O Tannenbaum (O Christmas tree)

Past three o’clock

Still, still, still, weil’s Kindlein schlafen will (Silent because the child wants to sleep)

Stille Nacht (Silent Night)

Stille, stille, kein Geräusch gemacht (Quiet, Quiet Make No Sound)

Süßer die Glocken nie klingen (Sweeter the bells never sound)

W lesu rodilas jolotschka

Was soll das bedeuten (What Does That Mean)

We wish you a merry Christmas

Weihnacht, wie bist du schön (Christmas, How Wonderful You Are)

Michael Schäfer, born in 1963, studied in Weimar. He is a composer of numerous film, television and advertising music. He has been working as a lecturer at various institutions for many years.