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1) Angels we have heard on high 

2) Away in a manger 

3) Break Forth, Beauteous Heavenly Light 

4) Coventry Carol 

5) Deck the halls 

6) Ding dong merilly 

7) God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen 

8) Good King Wenceslas 

9) Hark the herald angels sing 

10) In the bleak midwinter 

1 1) It came opon a midnight clear 

12) Joy to the world 

13) Lo, how a rose e'er blooming 

14) Little Town of Bethlehem 
15)0 Come, All Ye Faithful 

16) Riu, Riu, Chiu 

17) Silent night 

18) The Angel Gabriel 

19) The First Nowell 

20) The Holly and the Ivy 

21) We Three Kings 

22) What Child is This 



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Angels We Have Heard on High 



traditional French Carol 

trans. Jams Chadwick (1813-1882), alt. 



Gloria, traditional French carol 
arr. Edward Shippen Barnes, alt. 



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Away in a Manger 



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Coventry Carol 



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Deck the Hall 



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Ding Dong Merrily on High 



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God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen 



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Good King Wenceslas 



tune: Tempus Adest Floridum, 1582 
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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 



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O Little Town of Bethlehem 



14 



words by Phillips Brooks 



music: St. Louis, Lewis H. Redner 



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O Come, All Ye Faithful 



15 



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SOURCE: Cancionero de Uppsala: Villancicos de diverso autores (Venetiis, 1556) 
Spanish has been modernized. 



Copyright © 1999 by the Choral Public Domain Library (http://www.cpdl.org) 
Edition may be freely distributed, duplicated, performed, or recorded. 



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2.- Este qu'es nacido es el gran monarca, 
Christo patriarca, de carne vestido; 
hanos redimido con se hacer chiquito, 
a un qu'era infinito, finito se hiziera. 

3.- Muchas profecias lo han profetizado, 
Ya un nuestros dias lo hemos al consado 
Adios humanado vemos en el suelo, 
Yal hombre nelcielo porquel le quistera. 

4.- Yo vi mil garzones que andaban cantando, 
por aqui volando, haciendo mil sones, 
diciendo a gascones: "Gloria sea en el cielo 
y paz en el suelo", pues de sus nasciera. 



5.- Este viene a dar a los muertos vida 
y viene a reparar de todos la caida; 
es la luz del dia aqueste mozuelo; 
este es el cordero que San Juan dixera. 

6.- Mira bien queos quadre que ansina lo oyera, 
Que Dios no pudiera hacer la mas que madre, 
El quera su padre hoy della nascio 
Y el que la drio su hijo so dixera. 

7 '.- Pues que ya tenemos lo que deseamos, 
todos juntos vamos, presentes llevemos; 
todos le daremos muestra voluntad, 
pues a se igualar con el hombre viniera. 



w6rds by Joseph Mohr 
trans. John F. Young 



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Silent Night 



18 



tune by Franz Gruber, alt. 
harm, by Carl H. Reinecke 



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The Angel Gabriel 



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music: Gabriel's Message 

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harm. Edward L. Stauff 




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The First Nowell 



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