How do you play the song happy birthday?
If you are looking at how to play "Happy Birthday" on the piano, then use the link here - piano-play-it.com/happy-birthday-piano-sheet.html
Syllable count in the song Happy Birthday can very depending on whose name you use in the song. In the general (nameless) version, there are twenty-six (26) syllables. Happy birthday to you (six syllables) Happy birthday to you (six syllables) Happy birthday, Happy birthday (eight syllables) Happy birthday to you (six syllables)
The "Happy Birthday" song, or more accurately, "Happy Birthday to You", was a revised version based on the melody of a song "Good Morning to All", written in 1893. "Happy Birthday to You" appeared in print in 1912 for the first time, but experts and historians estimate the song was created much earlier than that. So the best estimate of the birth date or "birthday" of the song "Happy Birthday to You" is that it…
Ok well it depends on your voice scale range. If your high notes, sing a song from Justin Beiber. If your low notes, sing The Underdogs. If your in the middle,( me and most people ), sing a chromatic Birthday Song. ex. Happy Birthday to youuuuuu! Happy birthday to youuu! Happy birthdayyy , Happy birthdayyyyyy , Happy BIRTHday to youuuuuuuuuuuuuu! V.V ____ Good Luck... ;)
Yes, to the best of my knowledge. John C. Mitchell was a famous composer and he was also a director. He has been securely buried. He is definetly dead though. He is the writer of the 'happy birthday' song. The one that goes Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday dear ___________________________________________ Happy birthday to you!
Depends on the context. "Everyone wish my friend a happy birthday!" Isn't capitalized, since it's using the term in the same sense of having a bad day, or a good one. If you're singing the 'Happy Birthday Song' or 'Happy Birthday' to someone, then yes, it is capitalized. (Unless you're not singing the copyrighted song, and your song is made by you, then it's your choice. But if it's being used as the title of…