|A2||We Three Kings Of Orient Are|
|A3||Away In A Manger|
|B1||Good King Wenceslas|
|B2||O Little Town Of Bethlehem|
|B4||Laugh! Cool Clown|
|H-9005, H9005||The Sportsmen Quartet||Carols At Christmas (10")||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||H-9005, H9005||US||1949|
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For many, Christmas time and music are inseparable. There have been countless songs, carols and musical compositions written on the theme of Christmas. Whether sacred or secular, music is an integral part of this festive holiday. When choosing which pieces to include on this Christmas album, we wanted to create one large opus that would serenade not only horn aficionados, but listeners all over the world, bringing them into the Christmas season
14 Christmas Carols (arranged for String Quartet). Violin, Viola, Cello, String Quartet, String Orchestra - Intermediate - Digital Download Composed by Henry Suso, Richard S. Willis, Felix y, William J. Kirkpatrick, John Reading, Franz Xavier Gruber, and other traditional tunes. Arranged by Jordan Grigg. Repertoire, Classroom, Christmas. Published by Jordan Grigg (S. 2841).
How Christmas Carols started and what they mean and represent in the customs of Christmas. Carols were first sung in Europe thousands of years ago, but these were not Christmas Carols. They were pagan songs, sung at the Winter Solstice celebrations as people danced round stone circles. The Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year, usually taking place around 22nd December. The word Carol actually means dance or a song of praise and joy! Carols used to be written and sung during all four seasons, but only the tradition of singing them at Christmas has really survived
A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28, is a choral piece by Benjamin Britten, scored for three-part treble chorus, solo voices, and harp. The text is principally in Middle English, with some Latin and Early Modern English. The piece was written in 1942 while Britten was at sea, travelling from the United States to England.