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Silent Night/Still, Still, Still (Piano Solo)

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This piano solo arrangement combines two beautiful Christmas melodies: “Silent Night” by Franz Gruber; and “Still, Still, Still” set to a tune from ~1865 known simply as “Salzburg melody.”

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Silent night, holy night
All is calm, all is bright
Round yon virgin Mother and Child
Holy infant so tender and mild
Sleep in heavenly peace
Sleep in heavenly peace

Still, still, still,
weil’s Kindlein schlafen will!
Die Engel tun schön jubilieren,
Bei dem Kripplein musizieren.
Stille, stille, stille,
Weil’s Kindlein schlafen will.

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  1. Christian Niemeyer

    I adapted this arrangement for a cello solo with piano accompaniment and played it for the Christmas Eve music before the evening service. People loved it. Thank you for such a beautiful arrangement. I hope to use more of your arrangements adapted for the cello in the same setting. I am looking at ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ for next year.

  2. Laura

    I love this arrangement of the songs. So beautiful and not too difficult. Thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

  3. Rebekah

    Would you be ok with me to insert the lyrics to make it a vocal/simple ensemble duet? I love the piano solo, and have performed it before, but would love to have the lyrics on top to help emphasize the beauty of the piece. Thank you for all of your talent and sharing it!

  4. LZais

    How do I download music from your site? Would love the piano music to Silent Night/Still, Still, Still

    • Sally

      Just click the “Sheet Music” tab, then the PDF link. 🙂

  5. Sharon A

    Thank you for the sheer joy your music has brought to me, our family, and our Ward!

  6. Katie

    Absolutely beautiful and so very touching.

  7. Janee

    I love this piece!! I would love to see this made into a vocal duet. What do you think?

  8. Melissa H.

    Such a beautiful piece. Thank you thank you so much for sharing freely on the net. I will be directing others to this site!

  9. Heidi

    It was SUCH a blessing to find your amazing collection of music. I was searching for something for our smaller church for Christmas. Thank you for sharing your beautiful pieces.

  10. Jeanette

    Thank you for your beautiful arrangements that you so freely share. The choir I accompany has enjoyed performing your music often. We happened to meet your father one day, and in our conversation music came up. He is very proud of his daughter, and was pleased to know that we knew and appreciate your talent and generosity. You bring joy to all of us.

    • Sally DeFord

      Oh, you met my dear old dad did you? Um… proud is rather an understatement. I hope he didn’t make you late to your next stop. 😉

      Thanks so much for your kind comments!

  11. SalleeAnn

    This is BY FAR the prettiest version of these songs I have ever heard. It brings me to tears to listen to such beautiful music. Thank you!!!!

  12. Robert Speakman

    If you’re looking for a next project, it would be great to have Still, Still, Still written for a ward choir.
    Thanks so much for your great music–our choir has used many of your pieces!


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