Beginner Keyboard Music Sheets, Free: Rain, Rain, Go Away
Beginner keyboard music sheets, free!
Three arrangements of Rain, Rain, Go Away for beginning music readers and elementary piano students.
Please scroll down the page for the links to the free PDF sheets.
Here is the next arrangement, which could also function as a DUET between two young players. It has the sound of raindrops...
This piece would work for a student with one hand.
Notice that the fingering in the arrangement above assumes that it is a solo, with the student using left hand on the melody.
Not so easy, at least at first! If two students play it, then the student on the bottom will probably want to use their right hand, necessitating crossing out the fingering shown.
This simple melody could be played with just five notes, but it loses some of its charm.
Therefore, your beginner may just have to use the thumb twice on two different notes, or in the next arrangement, the pinky finger. Other possibilities exist, of course, but I'm betting your students work it out themselves...
Here is a solo arrangement:
This is a sweet little tune - I hope you and your students enjoy playing these arrangements!
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This is the perfect easy start for little pianists.
And when they start reading white-key notes on the staff, this is a fun easy resource to say each week, "Choose a new black-key song at home this week and figure it out to show me next lesson!" They will be spending more time at the piano.
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