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Christmas carollers in London in around 1875. An engraving by Edward and George Dalziel from a sketch by Henry George Hine (1811-1895). Note that the carollers are singing from printed broadsides, similar to the ones on which the texts of many of these carols were found

Hymns, Carols and Anthems for Christmas

The original Service of Nine Lessons and Carols as devised by Bishop Benson of Truro

A Village Christmas Carol Service, 1906

Christmas Anthems

Arnold, Hark! the herald angels sing
J. S. Bach (arr. Cornelius), Hark! the herald angels sing
Berlioz, Shepherds' Farewell
Byrd, From Heavenly Maid
Charpentier, Salve Parvule
Hasylton, For unto us a Child is born
Key, Hail happy morn, thrice happy we
Key, There were shepherds abiding in the field
How Beautiful upon the Mountains
Josef Rheinberger, Puer natus in Bethlehem
Abraham Ritter, For unto us a Child is born
See! The Glorious Angel
Syrian Orthodox Christmas Chant
Wadely, And thou Bethlehem
S. S. Wesley, Blessed be the Lord God of Israel 1
S. S. Wesley, Blessed be the Lord God of Israel 2
S. S. Wesley, Blessed be the Lord God of Israel 3
Williams, Arise, shine!
Wolfe, While shepherds watched their flocks by night

English Christmas Carols from Various Counties

A Babe is Born
A Child this day is born (Gloucestershire)
A Day, a Day of Glory
A Roose hath Borne
A Virgin unspotted (Herefordshire)
Ad Natalem Domini
All hail the ever-gladdening morn!
All Hayle to the Dayes
All this night shrill chanticleer (The Sun of Righteousness)
All you that in this house be here
All you that to feasting and mirth are inclined (Old Christmas returnd)
Alma Redeemptoris Mater: As I lay upon a night
Angels from the realms of glory (Helmsley)
As I in hoary winter's night (The Burning Babe)
As I sat on a sunny bank (Hertfordshire version)
As shepherds watched their fleecy care
Away with Sorrow's Sigh
Awake, ye drowsy mortals all
Bax, There is no rose of such virtue
Be merry all, be merry all -- Carol for the poor (Ditchling Carol)
Be merry, be merry, I pray you, be merry
Behold the Father
Behold, what Grace appears
Betimes, on that auspicious morn
Bring hither, boys, the holly bough
Carol of the Skiddaw Yowes
Cherry Tree Carol (Coventry Version)
Childing of a maiden bright
Christ is Born! Exalt his Name!
Christ was born in Bethlehem (Cheshire)
Christmas comes but once a year
Christmas comes, the time of gladness
Christus Salvator natus est
Come Christians all, behold the Lamb
Come, let us lift our hearts and voice
Come, ye rich, survey the stable
Congaudeat Turba Fidelium
Down in yon Forest (Derbyshire)
Fairest of morning lights appear
Flecker, A miracle of Bethlehem
Ford, Look! Shepherds, Look!
From realms of glory far away
Gabriel's Message
Gaudeamus Singen We
Gloomy Night Embraced the Place
God arest you all merry, gentlemen (Scarborough Version)
God bless the master of this house (Sussex)
God's only Son withoutë nay
Hail Mary full of grace
Hark! hark! the notes of joy
Hark! how the heralds of the Lord
Hark! the herald angels sing (Travers)
He comes, let every heart rejoice
Hosanna to the Prince of light
How Blest with more than Woman's Bliss
How grand and how bright (Worcestershire Christmas Carol)
I am here, Sir Christemas
I Come from Hevin to Tell
Immortal Babe, Who this dear Day
In Bethlehem city, in Judaea it was (Northamptonshire)
In Bethlehem, that noble place
In Dulci Jubilo (Scottish Version)
In his Temple now Behold him
In Splendor Bright
In the fields with their flocks abiding
Inspire me, heaven, nor leave in me a thought (Ode to Christ)
Jurie came to Jerusalem
Let children proclaim their Saviour and King
Let us Haste to Bethlehem
Little children, wake and listen
Lystenyt, lordyngs, more and lees
Masters in this hall (Noel! noel!)
Mortals, awake, with angels join
My Heart of Gold
'Neath the stars that shone so bright
New Heaven, New War
New Prince, New Pompe
Now make us ioye in this feste
Now may we singen as it is
Now to God on High be Glory
Nowell, nowell, nowell. This is the salutacyon of the angell Gabryell
Nowell, nowell, nowell. To us is born our God Emanuel
O gladly touch the organ's notes
O little town of Bethlehem
O night, peaceful and blest! (Normandie Carol)
O! the almighty Lord!
On Christmas night the joy-bells ring
On Yesternight
Qui Creavit Coelum
Rejoice! rejoice! the promised Saviour comes
Rejoice! the promised Saviour's come
Ring the bells, on Christmas morn
Saint Joseph, Meek and Mild
Shulbrede Carol
The first nowell an angel sung
The long-expected morn
The magpie sat on the pear tree top
The old year now away is fled
The shepherds amazèd the angel behold
The Thirteen Days of Yule
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Version 1)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Version 2)
There is a fountain of Christ's blood
There is no rose of such virtue
There was a pig went out to dig
This day a Child is born
This Day is Born Emmanuel
This Very Night I saw a Sight
Thou that art so fair and bright
Through the night the stars are shining
Tirly, Tirlow
To Adam thus Jehovah spake
Today doth blossom Jesse's stem (Jam Radix)
Toll!Toll!
Tonight ungathered let us leave
'Twas jolly, jolly Wat
Twelfth Night Song
The Two Shepherdesses
Vidal, Lullaby of the Virgin
Waken, Christian children
Was not Christ our Saviour?
Watts's Cradle Hymn (Version 1)
Watts's Cradle Hymn (Version 2)
What tidings bringest thou, messenger?
When Christ was Born of Mary Free (Version 1)
Whenas the Word
While shepherds kept their vigil
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Anglia)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Devonshire)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Ilkley)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Pentonville)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Teignmouth)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Tucker)
Ye faithful come, triumphant come (Adeste Fideles)
Ye who Walk in Darkness

Cornish Carols

A carol of the kings (An Armenian myth)
A tale of the olden time
A Virgin most pure
Aishah Shechinah
All join in praise and loudly sing
Almighty Ruler of the world to thee
Angelic messenger, repeat
Angels from the realms of glory (Version 1)
Angels from the realms of glory (Version 2)
Angels proclaim the happy morn
Arise and hail the glorious star
As I sat on a sunny bank
Awake, arise, rejoice and sing
Awake with joy, salute the morn!
Awake with joyful strains of mirth
Awake! ye nations (Version 1)
Awake! ye nations (Version 2)
Be merry all
Behold, a lucent light appears
Behold that splendour, hear the shout!
Behold what grace appears!
Breaking up for the Christmas holidays
Bright and joyful is the morn
Bright angel hosts are heard on high
Calm on the listening ear of night
Carol, carol Christians
Carol of the Butte copper miners
Carol of the Kings
Can wassel
Chiwidden
Choirs of Angels
Christ the Lord is risen today
Christ the Lord was born today
Christians rejoice and hail the day!
Christmas chanters
Christmas morn is drawing nigh at hand
Come all ye wandering pilgrims dear
Come, let us raise our voices high
Cornish bells
Dilly carol
Father, ere yet another day is ended
Father of men, in whom are one
Firstlings of martyrs to whom it was given
Flaming seraphs
Glory be to God on high
God bless you merry, gentlemen
God's dear Son without beginning
Grampound Wassail
Hail! ever hail! auspicious morn (Cornwall/Michigan)
Hark! all around the welkin rings
Hark! hark! what news
Hark, the angel choirs proclaim
Hark the glad sound!
Hark! the herald angels sing
Hark! what mean these holy voices? (Version 1)
Hark! what mean these holy voices? (Version 2)
Hark! what music fills creation
Harvest thanks He rose! O morn of winder!
In humble adoration
Jacobstow wassail
Jerusalem breaks forth in songs
Jesu, on this blessed morn
Jesus Christ the Apple-tree (Cornwall/Maine)
Joseph an aged man truely
Joy to the world
King Arthur's waes-hael
Let all that are to mirth inclined
Let Christians all with one accord rejoice
Let heaven and earth rejoice and sing
Lo! he comes an infant stranger (Cornish / Michigan Version)
Lo! unto us a Child is born
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing
Malpas wassail
May Day carol
Modryb Marya
Novels (News)
Now let our mournful songs record
Now well! now well! O come all ye faithful
O dark was the night
O thou, who dwellest in eternity
Oh, for a peace that floweth as a river
Plant of renown
Prince of Life (Cornwall/California)
Rabbi bonum est
Remember us poor mayers all
Righteous Joseph
Rouse, rouse from your slumbers (Version 1)
Rouse, rouse from your slumbers (Version 2)
St. Keverne Feast Song
Sans Day carol
See, the morning fair and bright
See! they come, a glorious army
Sheep of Christ's redeemed flock
Shepherds rejoice!
Shout the glad tidings
Sit yow merry, gentlemen
Sound, sound your instruments of joy!
Star of Bethlehem
Star of the East! whose beacon light
Sweetly sang the angels
Swifter than an eagle's flight
The Angel Gabriel
The cherry tree carol (Camborne)
The holly and the ivy (Camborne)
The holy well
The legend of the Christmas Rose
The Lord is come
The miracles of Christ
The prodigal son (Sweet Home)
The seven good joys of Mary
The Seven Virgins
The Shepherd of shepherds
The shining heralds from on high
There is light on Hebron's towers
This new Christmas carol
Thrice-welcome Jesus!
Through all the changing scenes of life
To us a Child of hope is born
Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Two little feet
Waits' Song
Welcome that star in Judah's sky
When bloody Herod reignèd king
When God at first created man
When Herod in Jerusalem
When Jesus Christ was twelve years old
When marshalled on the nightly plain
When our hearts are bowed with woe
Where is this stupendous Stranger?
While shepherds watched (Cornish / Australian Version)
While shepherds watched (Crowley)
While shepherds watched (Northrop)
While shepherds watched (Ould Zaddok)
While shepherds watched (Sandys)
With what resplendent beauty shone (Cornwall / Michigan / Australia)
Ye angels whose melodious strains
Yonder, -- amazing! -- I see

Dorsetshire Carols

A virgin unspotted
Awake and join the cheerful choir
Behold that splendour, hear the shout!
Behold! the day is come
Bright was the guiding star that led
Christmas songs are ringing now
Come, let us join our joyful songs
Come, ye Redeemèd of the Lord
Down with the rosemary and bays (Candlemas Eve)
Glory to God, the angels said (The Angels' Song)
Hail! Prince of Peace and King of kings
Hark, hark what news the angels bring
If angels sung a Saviour's birth
Lo! what a glorious sight appears
O Jesus my Saviour, I fain would embrace (Worthy is the Lamb)
O sight of anguish
Once more the sweet melodious sound
One winter's night I saw a sight
Rejoice and be merry in songs and in mirth
See, seraphic throngs descending
Shepherds rejoice! lift up your eyes
The King of glory sends his Son
While shepherds watched their flocks by night
While shepherds were feeding their flocks in the field

Hampshire Carols

A Virgin most pure as the prophets do tell
Awake our souls and let us sing
Cherry Tree Carol (Hampshire Version)
Christians all, awake from slumber
God bless the master of this house
Hampshire mummers' carol
Hark, hark, let us behold
Hark, shepherds, how the angels sing (Version 1)
Hark, shepherds, how the angels sing (Version 2)
Job (Come all you worthy Christians that dwell within this land
Oh, down, oh, down in rosemerry Scotland
On Christmas times all Christians sing
Rejoice mankind and sing
Shepherds on their flocks attending
The moon shines bright and the stars give light
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Version 1)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Version 2)

Oxfordshire Carols

Adderbury Wassail
Advent (When thou, my righteous Judge shall come)
All glory to God, and peace upon earth
Alleluia! Dawns the Dayspring from on high
As shepherds watched their fleecy care
At Nazareth in olden times
From the Hallowed Belfry Tower (Carol of the Ringers for Christmas Night)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Version 1)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Version 2)
Hark! hark! what news the angels bring
High let is swell our tuneful notes
Magdalen College May-day Carol
Now Christmas being come
Oxfordshire May-day Carol
St. John's College, Oxford, Boar's Head Carol
Sing we all merrily
The Queen's College, Oxford, Boar's Head Carol
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Adlestrop)
Ye simple men of sincere heart

Somersetshire Carols

Apple Tree Wassail (Bratton)
Apple Tree Wassail (Crowcombe)
Away, dark thoughts! Awake, my joy!
Behold! once more the day is come (Crowcombe)
Behold! once more the day is come (Roadwater)
Cannington Wassail
Cherry Tree Carol
Halse Wassail
Hark! the herald angels sing (Carlingcott)
I hear along our street (Dunster Carol)
I wish you all merry Christmas and a happy New Year (Huish Episcopi)
Langport Wassail
Milverton Wassail
Nailsbourne Carol
Shepherds rejoice, lift up your eyes (Bagborough)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Version 1)
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Version 2)
The Twelve Joys of Mary (Mark)
This Endris Night
'Tis our wassail all over the town
Wells Wassail
Ye people all, in God rejoice

Gipsy and Tinkers’ Carols

As I sat on the sunny banks
Cherry tree carol (Hampshire Gypsy Version)
Cherry tree carol (Surrey Gypsy Version)
Christ is born of maiden fair
Christ made a trance one Friday view
Christmas Day is drawing near at hand (Shropshire Gipsy Children's Carol)
Christmas Eve is drawing nigh
Now Christmas is a-drawing near at hand
God bless the master of this house
God rest you merry, gentlemen (New Forest Gipsy Version)
Here Comes Poor Jack
In Dessexshire as it befell
King Pharaoh (Surrey Gipsy Version)
Now my Dorn is Ended
On Christmas day it happened so
The moon shone bright and the stars gave a light
The Seven Joys of Mary (Sussex Tinkers' Version)
The Twelve Joys of Mary

Boar’s Head Carols

At the Beginning of the Meat
Exeter Boar's Head Carol
The Queen's College Boar's Head Carol
St. John's College Boar's Head Carol
Tidings I bring for you to tell

Wassailing Songs

Adderbury Wassail
Apple Tree Wassail (Bratton)
Apple Tree Wassail (Crowcombe)
Bryng us in good ale
Can Wassel
Cannington Wassail
Give Way, Give Way, Ye Gates
Gloucestershire Wassailers' Song
Gower Wassail
Grampound Wassail
Halse Wassail
Here we come a-Wassailing
I wish you all merry Christmas and a happy New Year (Huish Episcopi)
Jacobstow Wassail
Jolly Wassel-Bowl
King Arthur's Waes-hael
Langport Wassail
Malpas Wassail
Milverton Wassail
Now here at this house we first shall begin (Truro)
Sugar Wassail
'Tis our wassail all over the town
Wassail, wassail, out of the milk pail
Wassail, wassail, wassail, sing we
We are not Daily Beggars
Wells Wassail
Yorkshire Wassail

Carols by Women Authors and Composers

A Babe in the manger (Luella Clark)
A hope carol
A wreath for Christmas
An old song resung
And art thou Come with us to Dwell?
Arise, and hail the sacred day
As I lay upon a night (Alme Redemptoris Mater)
As Joseph was a-walking
Awake! arise, good Christians
Awake, my soul, attune the early lyre (A Second Christmas Hymn)
Bright, bright, in silver light
Bright was the guiding star that led
Carol, sweetly carol (Crosby)
Christian children, hail the morn
Darkness o'er the world was brooding (Emmanuel)
Glorious, beauteous, golden-bright (Maria Tiddeman)
Glory to thee, O Lord (Emma Toke)
Hail! hail! to the new-born King (Emma Pitt)
Hark! a burst of heavenly music
Hark, I hear the angel voices (Emma Pitt)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Zitella Cocke)
Hark! the sound of angel-voices
Hark! what mean those holy voices (Lesta Vesé)
Hark! what music fills the sky!
If ye would hear the angels sing
In the country nigh to Bethlehem
Judaea's calm and silent night (Emma Pitt)
Let heaven with music ring (Julia Mathews)
Let your hearts be filled with gladness (Emma Pitt)
List! the strains of heavenly music
List to the echo of music and mirth
Little children, come and sing (Emma Pitt)
Long years ago (Helen E. Hollywell
More than eighteen hundred years (Sangster)
O lovely voices of the sky
On this glorious Christmas morn
Once in Bethlehem of Judah
Once in Royal David's City (Katie Smith)
"Peace upon earth," the angels sang (Julia Mathews)
See Amid the Winter's Snow (Mary Ellen Potter)
See the herald star of morn
Sing for joy on Christmas morn
Shine on, thou star of glory
Silent night! shadowy night!
Sleep, my little Jesus
Softly I come into the dance of the spheres (The Star of Bethlehem)
Star of the East (Amanda Kennedy Moore)
Sweet silver chimes (Emma Pitt)
The angels sang one starry night
The beautiful mother is bending (Nativity Song)
The blooming of the white thorn
The Christmas Silence
The kings of the east are riding
The kings they came from out the south
The shepherds had an angel
There came a little Child to earth
There came three kings ere break of day
There's a song in the air!
They scarcely waked
To hear from the king of the Child that was born (Anna Godshall)
Today in Bethlehem hear I
Three without Slumber
Tryste Noël
'Twas a lonely group of shepherds (Emma Pitt)
'Twas night upon Judea's hills
Unspotted lambs
While the silent stars are keeping
With gold most precious
Within a valley green and still (The Holy Child: A Christmas Idyl)

North American Christmas Carols

A Meteor Bright
A star is in the western sky
A Virgin unspotted
All hail! happy day
All my heart this night rejoices
Alleluia! Alleluia! Christ is born today!
Angelic voices so sweetly singing
Angels from the realms of glory (Cutler)
Angels from the realms of glory (Gilchrist)
Angels from the realms of glory (Hastings)
Angels rejoiced and sweetly sung
'Ark, 'ark, the 'eavenly angels sing (Wisconsin folk carol)
Arrayed in clouds of golden light
As shepherds in Jewry were guarding their sheep
Awake, arise, good Christians
Baby Jesu, who doth lie
By thy birth, thou holiest One
Calm on the listening ear of night
Carol, Carol, Christians
Carol of the Butte copper miners
Cherry Tree Carol (Appalachia Version 1)
Cherry Tree Carol (Appalachia Version 2)
Cherry Tree Carol (George Osgood/Charles Kingsley)
Child Jesus came to earth this day
Child Jesus comes from heavenly heights (Lutkin)
Christ was born of maiden fair
Christmas bells are sweetly chiming
Christmas Eve 1914
Christmas morn has come once more
Christus Salvator natus est
Come, let us celebrate the day (Anonymous)
Come, let us celebrate the day (Düring)
Come, thou holy Infant, Jesus (Düring)
Come, twine your garlands beautiful
Come ye lofty, come ye lowly (Howell)
Cradle hymn of the Virgin
Cradled all lowly
Down in yon Forest (Appalachia)
Gabriel Nazareth, Huron Christmas Carol
Gently falls the winter snow
Glory to God, the angels sing
Good Christians, rise, this is the morn
Hail Bethlehem of Judah!
Hail! ever hail! auspicious morn (Cornwall/Michigan)
Hail the happy Christmas morn!
Hail to the morn when Christ is born
Hark! the herald angels sing (Arnold)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Cookham)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Hugg)
Hark! the herald angels sing (Sa da hon sah dat ne ji)
Hark! what celestial sounds!
Hark what mean these holy voices? (Ives)
Hark! what mean those holy voices? (Conkey)
Hark! what means those holy voices? (Comer)
Hark! what sounds are sweetly stealing
Hear the angels as they carol
High let us swell our tuneful notes
Hither, ye faithful, haste with songs of triumph
Hosanna to King David's Son
How sang the heavenly army
In God let all his saints rejoice
It is the day, the holy day (Howell)
It came upon the midnight clear (Gilchrist)
It came upon the midnight clear (Tucker)
It was in Judah's land (Appalachia)
Jesus Christ the Apple-tree (Cornwall/Maine)
Jesus, call thou me
Jesus, Jesus, Rest your Head (Appalachia)
Jesus, the Light of the world
Joy fills our inmost hearts today (Robyn)
Joy to the world
La Guiannée (French/Canadian/Missouri)
Let every heart now dance with joy
Lo! he comes an infant stranger (Cornish / Michigan Version)
Long Live our Twelfth Night Queen (Potter)
Join every heart with heavenly mirth
Lift up your heads in joyful hope
Lift up your heads, oh, ye portals above
Listen, Lordlings, unto me (Osgood)
Little star of Bethlehem! (Charles Ives)
Morn of joy, whose happy dawn
Mortals, awake, with angels sing
No room for Jesus at the inn!
Noël: Star-dust and vaporous light (R. W. Gilder)
Now gird your patient loins again
O bird of dawning! all the night
O little town of Bethlehem (Whittier)
O lovely voices of the sky
O Savior Whom this Happy Morn
O'er Bethlehem's shepherd plains
O'er the cradle of a King
On the birthday of the Lord
Prince of Life (Cornwall/California)
Rejoice! for once in Bethlehem
See amid the winter's snow
Shepherds, hail the wondrous stranger
Shepherds rejoice! lift up your eyes
Shepherds watching
Shout the glad tidings, exultingly sing
Slowly fall the snow-flakes
Softly the night is sleeping
Sons of men, behold from far (Star of Jacob)
Tell me, what is this innumerable throng?
The city's hum was hushed and still
The hope, the star, the voice (Van Vleck)
The King of glory sends his Son
The Lord is come, the heavens proclaim
The Lord is come! On Syrian Soil (Düring)
The moon gave light and the stars shone bright (Newfoundland)
The Pilgrims
The Race that Long in Darkness Pined
There were whisperings in the heavens (Osgood)
To bring the glorious news
'Twas in the winter cold (Warren)
'Twas in the winter cold (Ypsilanti)
Upon a starry night of old
Was, liebes Kind, freut heut dich so? (Lauritzen)
What streams of radiance shine (Southgate)
When Christ was Born of Mary Free (Version 2)
When gentle night bedews the earth
While humble shepherds watched their flock (Armstrong)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Barclay)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Carr)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Howard)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Sherburne)
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Urania)
With what resplendent beauty shone (Cornwall / Michigan / Australia)
Wonderful night!

Carols and Hymns by Eugene Field

Eugene Field, Bethlehem Town (1)
Eugene Field, Bethlehem Town (2)
Eugene Field, Christmas Eve
Eugene Field, Christmas Morning
Eugene Field, From out Cologne there came Three Kings
Eugene Field, God rest you, Chrysten gentil men
Eugene Field, The Divine Lullaby
Eugene Field, Holly and Ivy
Eugene Field, Jewish Lullaby
Eugene Field, Midnight Hour
Eugene Field, Star of the East
Eugene Field, The Twenty-Third Psalm
Eugene Field, Vom Himmel hoch


French Carols (Noëls)

Allon, allon, gay Bergère
Charpentier, Salve Parvule
Courons à la fête
D'où viens tu, bergère?
Séchez les Larmes de vos Yeux!
Il est né le devin enfant
La Foi, d' la Loi
Les Rois Mages
Noël de Ausels
Noël Nouvelet
Nouel de las Flous
Venez Divin Messie

Carols for St. Stephen's Day (The Second Day of Christmas)

Come, Mad Boys, be Glad Boys
Eia Martyr Stephane!
Good King Wenceslas looked out
Hunting the Wren (Ireland)
Hunting the Wren (Isle of Man)
Hunting the Wren (Scotland)
Saint Stephen was a clerk
Saint Stephen was a holy man
Saynt Steven, the first martere
This is Saint Stephen's Day

Carols for St. John-the-Evangelist's Day (The Third Day of Christmas)

Alcock, A Hymn for Christmas or St. John's Day
When bloody Herod reignèd king

Carols for Holy Innocents’ Day (The Fourth Day of Christmas)

Service of Lessons & Carols for the Feast of the Holy Innocents
The Angel Said to Joseph Mild
Arouse thee, Herod
At thy Birth, Incarnate Lord
Auxit Tyrannus
Brewer, A Solemn Prayer
Byrd, Be Still, my Blessed Babe
Come, let us sing of those sweet babes
Coventry Carol
Crudelis Herodes
Dream not, my soul, of cloudless days
Glory to thee, O Lord (Emma Toke)
Laus Tibi, Christe
Molles in Agnos ceu Lupus
O Lord, the Holy Innocents
Rachel Weeping for her Children
Salvete Flores
The Black Decree
The Carnal and the Crane (Herefordshire version)
The Hymn for Conquering Martyrs Raise
The Rage Whereof
The Three Kings
The Winter Sun
There Joseph on his Sleeping Lay
Weep, Weep
When Christ was Born in Bethlehem
When God was Born

Carols for St. Sylvester's Day (The Seventh Day of Christmas)

Miscellaneous Christmas Carols

Dutch "Date-Palm" Carol
Fauré, Angels from the Realms of Glory
Gade, Christmas Time
Nicholas II, Christmas Hymn
Russian Christmas Greeting
Saint Basil
Šiandien Betlejuj (Lithuanian Carol
Ukrainian Yuletide

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