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    Chrstmas Carols (18th Day)

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      Chrstmas Carols (18th Day)

      Whether they are in tune or at decibel level, love 'em or loath them, you can't help but know a few of them.

      ...but what about what they're not sung in English?






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      Re: Chrstmas Carols (18th Day)

      Some Christmas carols are great, such as 'O come O come Emmanuel' sung by a full choir. As a 'cough' choirboy I used to really look forward to the midnight service, probably because it was a rare chance for a boy of that age to stay up late!

      As for the thankfully rare 'Christmas carolers', they seem to have a pretty limited repertoire conisting of 'While shepherds washed their socks by night' and 'Jingle Bells' in my experience, apart from many of them being tone deaf, a bit like that noise you get from a blackboard when the chalk scrapes it.

      Mr Pavarotti.... amazing voice, Nessun Dorma still sends a chill...
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