Frozen – Let It Go (Idina Menzel)

Let It Go” is a song from Disney’s 2013 animated feature film, Frozen, with music and lyrics composed by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The song was performed in the film by American actress and singer Idina Menzel in her role as Queen Elsa. The song appears after an ostracized Elsa abandons her kingdom soon after her cryokinetic powers are discovered by the public. Realizing that she no longer needs to hide her incredibly powerful icy abilities anymore, Elsa declares herself free from the obstacles that she’s been faced with since childhood and rejoices in using her powers without fear. (Extract from Wikipedia)

Learn my arrangement of this song on flowkey. To find all my arrangements on flowkey just type “joyce“ into the search bar in the top right corner.

Buy my sheets for:
Original Version:
Easier Version:

To view the Advanced Version, click
Let It Go
o view the Advanced Version Tutorial, click
let it go advanced

To view my Easier Version, click
Let It Go 3
To view my easier version tutorial, click

And here’s the Easy Piano version Tutorial – between the Beginner level and Intermediate level
let it go easy

I’ve had many requests from parents, for sheets and a tutorial for Beginners – young children who can’t play hands together well yet. If you know any kid who loves Let it Go, but can’t play the “usual version” yet, do show him/her this tutorial ok?

To view my beginner tutorial, click

I’ve made midi files for all these tutorials. Email me at if you would like a copy to learn on Synthesia.

To view the original video, click

Let It Go 2

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58 Replies to “Frozen – Let It Go (Idina Menzel)”

  1. can u do ‘the power of love’ by Gabrielle Aplin. I really want to play that song on piano. Do an easier version too please!!


  2. Is it possible to put the notes/letters on the sheets to make it easier? =) cuz I don’t read notes the traditional way, I can but it takes a lot more time for me. Thank you! Btw, this already helps a lot!!!


    1. I didn’t make one, because the rest of the song isn’t easy enough for beginners. Those who can handle the rest of the song should try my Easier Version instead right?


      1. Yes, I agree with you on that, but in my case, I used to learn piano but stopped because I needed to focus on my studies. Now, I need to pass my final music assessment (I’m in sec 1) but I didn’t have enough time to practice etc. so I had to use the beginner’s version after I realised I can’t play the easier one (well not in such a short time at least). So when I was playing the beginner’s version I realised that the ending part was missing. There’s no need for you to do it since I have much time left, just saying. Thanks!


      2. What you can do is just play the melody of the easier version, divided into two hands. Bring it down an octave if you need to. Or, play the melody with your right hand, and single notes in the left hand, following the chord symbols I’ve provided.


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  4. Joyce, THANK YOU SO MUCH for the beginner version of Let It Go. Let It Go is the only song my 7 year old is interested in learning. I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to find a version he could work on learning. This is perfect.


      1. Joyce, your version of Snowman on YouTube is SO beautiful. I would love to have a beginner version of Snowman. I think it would be popular. I know we would use it!


  5. Joyce – you are amazing. Thank you so much for this. My 7-yr-old daughter loves Frozen and she is now inspired to take piano lessons. Plus, the youtube vids are great – even my 10 yr-old son is wanting to play Let It Go!


    1. Lou-Ellen, I’m so pleased to hear that! I’ll be doing a Beginner version of Let It Go soon. Probably as a tutorial, because the notes would be difficult for them to read – they spread over a wide range 🙂


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