TuCuatro

Silent Night

Search for another song
Select your instrument: Instrument

C D7 G

G
Silent night, holy night,
C G
All is calm; all is bright,
C G
Round yon Virgin, Mother, and Child,
C G
Holy infant, so tender and mild
D7 G
Sleep in heavenly peace,
G D7 G
Sleep in heavenly peace.

G
Silent night, holy night,
C G
Shepherds quake at the sight,
C G
Glories stream from heaven afar,
C G
Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia,
D7 G
Christ the Savior is born,
G D7 G
Christ the Savior is born.

G
Silent night, holy night,
C G
Son of God, love’s pure light,
C G
Radiant beams from Thy holy face
C G
With the dawn of redeeming grace,
D7 G
Jesus Lord, at Thy birth,
G D7 G
Jesus Lord, at Thy birth.

G
Silent night, holy night,
C G
All is calm; all is bright,
C G
Round yon Virgin, Mother, and Child,
C G
Holy infant, so tender and mild
D7 G
Sleep in heavenly peace,
G D7 G
Sleep in heavenly peace.

Song Chords
Song Rhythm

Composer: Franz Xaver Gruber

Franz Xaver Gruber was a composer and teacher from the Austrian Empire (now Austria). He is best known for composing the melody to the Christmas carol "Silent Night" in 1818. The song was written in collaboration with the local priest, Joseph Mohr, who wrote the lyrics. Gruber and Mohr performed the song for the first time on Christmas Eve of that year at the St. Nicholas church in Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria. The song quickly became popular, translated into many languages, and performed by countless worldwide artists. Gruber died on June 7, 1863 in Hallein, Austria.

loading
See more songs by Franz Xaver Gruber

Composer: Joseph Mohr

Joseph Mohr was a Roman Catholic priest and poet from the Austrian Empire (now Austria). He is best known for writing the Christmas carol "Silent Night" lyrics in 1818. The song was composed by Franz Xaver Gruber, and the two men performed it for the first time on Christmas Eve of that year at the St. Nicholas church in Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Austria. The song quickly became popular, translated into many languages, and performed by countless worldwide artists. Mohr died on December 4, 1848, in Wagrain, Austria.

loading
See more songs by Joseph Mohr
Search for a Song

Search songs in our database below by writing one or two words of the song title you want:

More artists
More Composers