NeatPraise ye the Lord
In the Bleak Mid Winter - Harold Darke version.
Least favourite - the First Nowell
Currently watching ITV Carol service with my lad playing trumpet! Watching it with him - we all laughing as he has just had a massive close up!
Daughter's singing that, with the Cathedral Choir this morning, I'm not sure if it's the choral version, or more like Steeleye Span?Just wondering what CC's favourite Christmas carols are. Do you folks like the traditional, well-known or more obscure?
I don't know those but I will look them up.Just wondering what CC's favourite Christmas carols are. Do you folks like the traditional, well-known or more obscure? Or carols from other countries?
Three of my favourites are:
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Patrzcie Bracia Jeno
We three kings of Orient areAt school we had ...
We three kings of Willerby Square
Selling knickers tuppence a pair
How fantastic, no elastic ever so hard to wear ...
The teachers never seemed that impressed
As always, the trick is either to know what the final verse is ("all glory be to God on high") or else having the words in front of you.Too many verses. Always terrified of losing count and starting another verse after the singers have stopped