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It’s the Christmas holiday season, and ensembles throughout Christendom get ready to serenade congregations in churches, shoppers in malls, and party goers at festive receptions. Here is Volume II, with 18 more of the best known carols for the Christmas season.
Volume II contains the following carols:
23. Jingle Bells
24. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
25. Joy to the World
26. Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
27. Lullay, Thou Little Tiny Child (The Coventry Carol)
28. O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste, Fideles)
29. O Come, Little Children
30. O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
31. O, Little Town of Bethlehem (American)
32. O, Little Town of Bethlehem (British)
33. O Sactissima
34. O Tannenbaum
35. Silent Night
36. Up on the House Top
37. A Virgin Unspotted
38. We Three Kings of Orient Are
39. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
40. What Child Is This?
Volume I is available at:
Volume I contains the following 22 carols:
1. Angels We Have Heard on High
2. Away in a Manger (German)
3. Away in a Manger (British)
4. Away in a Manger (American)
5. The Boar’s Head carol
6. Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella
7. Carol of the Bells
8. Come, All Ye Shepherds
9. Deck the Hall
10. Echo Carol
11. The First Noel
12. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
13. Good Christian Men, Rejoice (In Dulci Jubilo)
14. Good King Wenceslas
15. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
16. Here We Come A-Wassailing
17. Huron Indian Carol: Jesos Ahatonhia
18. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
19. I Saw Three Ships
20. In a Manger He Is Lying
21. Infant so Gentle
22. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
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