If you need some fresh piano music to learn as we enter March, look no further!

We selected some fun, catchy tunes to help you ring in all of the special days March has to offer.

When possible, we found easy arrangements, but if you’re looking for something a bit more complicated, just search the song title on Musicnotes and you’ll find several arrangements for each song.

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday – March 2

Schools all across the US celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2, so it’s a perfect day to explore some tunes from “Seussical the Musical” or “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

Daylight Savings Time – March 8

Springing forward has us thinking about clocks, time, and light.

Friday The 13th

March 2020 includes the first Friday the 13th of the year, so if you’re feeling superstitious, these songs are for you!

Pi Day – March 14

What better day to eat, think about and play music about pie than on Pi Day, 3/14.

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is probably the main event of March and everyone loves a good Irish tune! There is no shortage of great music to share on St. Paddy’s day, and you can find tons more music on Musicnotes.com.


Kick off the first day of spring with some upbeat, happy music that will get you amped up to spend time outdoors in the beautiful spring weather.


This post was written by Megan, piano teacher and author of Pianissimo: A Very Piano Blog. Visit her website for more piano related blogs for teachers, parents, students, and all things piano.

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