Hot Cross Buns Easy Piano Notes
Hot Cross Buns is a song we all come across in our childhood. You've probably played it on the recorder in the 3rd grade. What makes it a great starter melody for kids to learn on the piano is that it only has three notes: C, D and E. It's as easy as that. It's a simple song that you can learn quickly on the piano or xylophone. Don't forget to sing along.
Who Wrote Hot Cross Buns?
According to Wikipedia, Hot Cross Buns was an English language street cry, later perpetuated as a nursery rhyme and an aid in musical education. It refers to the spiced English confection known as a hot cross bun, which is associated with the end of Lent and is eaten on Good Friday in various countries.
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