Top 8 Easy Violin Songs to Learn

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When starting out on the violin you might think to start off you can’t play any ‘popular’ music as it is too difficult but you would be surprised as to how many easy violin compositions are out there.

Don’t expect to be able to play each song straight away, it will take a lot of time and practice, but don’t give up!

Below are 8 easy violin songs in various genres that are easy yet will make you sound impressive.

 

Super easy violin songs

First things first I would recommend really getting to grips with these two super easy and recognizable songs!

Happy Birthday

A classic song good for all of those celebratory moments with your friends and family!

Violin sheet music – Happy Birthday

 

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

A nice easy slow song to play
Violin sheet music – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star


Fun and easy violin songs

Star Wars Theme

Absolutely epic song to play on the violin!

Violin sheet music – Star Wars Theme – John Williams

 

Bitter Sweet Symphony

Specifically written for strings this is a beautiful yet easy song to learn.

Violin sheet music – Bitter Sweet Symphony – The Verve

 

Hallelujah

Personally I think this song is best played on the violin as it adds more depth to the tune.

Violin sheet music – Hallelujah – Jeff Buckley

 

Now We are Free (Gladiator)

A super easy and beautiful song to learn thanks to the repeated notes that move just a note up or down each time.

Violin sheet music – (Gladiator) Now We are Free – Klaus Badelt

 

My Heart Will Go On (Titanic)

If you’re not too confident with quavers yet as you find them too quick then this is the song to learn!

Violin sheet music – (Titanic) My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion

 

Colors of the Wind

I find that the sound of the violin reminds me of the wind and nature and thus the lyrics resonate a lot with the instrument here!

Violin sheet music – Colors of the Wind – Pocohontas

 

 

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