Frozen – Do You Want To Build A Snowman

Do You Want to Build a Snowman, from Disney’s Frozen, is sung by Anna (the younger princess) in 3 different ages, 5, 9 and 15. It starts with a cheerful and cute Anna trying to persuade Elsa to leave her room to play as they used to do. It continues to trace the increasing sadness and loneliness of the sisters as Elsa, in her fear of harming Anna and revealing her “curse”, isolates herself completely. The song ends tragically with the death of their parents at sea, and Anna’s unanswered plea for Elsa’s presence and support.

Buy the sheets here:

To view the Advanced Version on YouTube, click
o view the tutorial of the Advanced Version, click
Snowman advanced

To view the Easier Version, click
To view the tutorial of the easier version, click

I did a collaboration with cute little Jillian from EvanTubeRAW.
snowman collab
Here’s the Instrumental video from that collab.
snowman instrumental

To view the original video, click

This is my 2nd cover from Frozen, the first being Let It Go – Elsa’s song.

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23 Replies to “Frozen – Do You Want To Build A Snowman”

  1. Is there a copy somewhere of the “Snowman” piece in the key of D Major?
    My student is a beginner, and she’s not ready for 3 flats … I can write it out in D,
    but it would save me time if someone else has done the transposition.
    Thank you.


  2. Hi Joyce, your playing is so wonderful. Please tell me how to get the music sheet frozen song, because I can’t download it from your website. Thanks before.


  3. I love this website and the arrangements are great! Can’t wait to start working on this piece! I’m a beginner, but I love the arrangement of the harder version more than the easier version. Would you recommend beginning with the easier version and the moving to the harder one, or just take the time to learn the harder one?


  4. Please try the a easier instrumental version! I am dying to try it but the instrumental version is just way to hard to play!


    1. It won’t sound as nice though. Maybe you could just adapt the present version to what you can play. Leave out the difficult parts, or rather leave out the notes that make it difficult for you to play. Simplify it yourself


  5. Joyce, wonderful arrangements. Spot on with chords. Your advance versions are playable for players with ‘rusty’ fingers like myself! PS: You are so pretty too. Thanks for sharing.


  6. thank you joyce, it’s really help my child to play her favorite song. actually , i’m blind how to play piano, but my Embun looking for the chord with herself, but not yet finished. your sheet help her very much. thank alot


    1. I have been trying it out to see if I can make it any easier. The key is now Eb major. I tried it in D major (closest) but it’s not any easier and doesn’t sound good. C major and F major are too far away. Then I tried reducing the notes, but they are already at the minimum I can use while still making it sound nice! The only thing I can think of doing is leaving out the parts where Anna is NOT singing, but then the whole song is cut up and it doesn’t sound good anymore 😦 Maybe you could play this version and see how you can simplify it further?


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