Fum Fum Fum – Piano Tutorial, Notes, Keys, Sheet Music

How to Play Fum Fum Fum

Carol, Catalunya (Spain).

“Fum fum fum” is a traditional carol from Catalunya, Spain. It tells the story of the birth of the Holy Infant, calling the shepherds to gather in its birthplace and adore him.

“Fum” means “smoke” in Catalan, but the word might be used as onomatopoeia for the strumming of a string instrument.

On this page you can find Notes, Chords, a Printable PDF for free Download, and a piano tutorial video.

How to play Fum Fum Fum on the Piano – Easy Piano Tutorial Video

Fum Fum Fum on the Piano | Easy Christmas Piano Tutorial

Sheet music with chords

To save this free music sheet of “Fum Fum Fum” to your computer, right click (or tap and hold, on mobile devices) and choose “Save Image As…”.

English version

Fum Fum Fum (English) - Christmas Music Score (in Em)

Spanish version

Fum Fum Fum (Spanish) - Christmas Music Score (in Em)

Catalan version

Fum Fum Fum (Catalan) - Christmas Music Score (in Em)

Free Printable PDF with Music sheet and Lyrics

English vercion

To download a ready-to-print PDF of this song for music activities with a music sheet, lyrics and a drawing for kids to paint, click or tap on the following link.

“Fum Fum Fum-English version” free PDF download – Singing Bell

Spanish version

To download a ready-to-print PDF of this song for music activities with a music sheet, lyrics and a drawing for kids to paint, click or tap on the following link.

“Fum Fum Fum-Spanish version” free PDF download – Singing Bell

Catalan version

To download a ready-to-print PDF of this song for music activities with a music sheet, lyrics and a drawing for kids to paint, click or tap on the following link.

“Fum Fum Fum-Catalan version” free PDF download – Singing Bell

Teaching ideas

Children are often happy to generate a sound altogether. This grows a sense of unity which is important especially in younger ages.

Try the easiest orchestration for the kids: When listening to this Catalan carol in class, clap three quarter-beats at the end of every line that says “fum fum fum”, or/and play a sound (e.g. triangle, tambourine, etc.) after that.

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