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O Little Town of Bethlehem

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O

lit - tle town of For Christ is born of How si - lent - ly, how O ho - ly Child of

A .

While

bove thy

deep and mor - tals sleep,

So God im-parts Cast out our sin,

still we see thee liet Ma - ry, And gath - ered all 8 - bove, si .lent - ly The Fon - drous Gift iq .'ivon!

BethJe-hem, How

Beth-le-heml De - seen,l

dream-less

in thy dark streets shin Morn - ing Stars, to - geth No ear may hear His com We hear the Christ-mas an ? -uo

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sleepThe .si - 'lentetars go

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- eth The €v . er - last . ing - €tr Pro - claim the ho . ly - ing, But in this world of - gels The great glad tid - ings

Light; birth, 8in,

tell;

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d.

The hopes and fear; of all the years Are met in thee to-night" And prais-es sing to God theKing, And peace to men onearthl lVheremeeksoulswill re-ceiveHim still, The dearChristen - tels in. O come to us, a - bide with us, Our Lord Im - man - u - ell

V

by;

- gels keep Thelr watch of won-dering love. the "n - man hearts The bless - ings of His heaven. to hu and en . ter in, Be born in us to - dayl -O-l'-

Yet

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O Come, All

Faithful

Ye

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t.o

come, ell

2. 3.

Slng, cholrs

of

Lord,

we

Yea,

J

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phant, ta - tlon, morn - lng,

um

ro

o o

Come and be ry to Glo Word oI the

- ful and trl slng In ex - ul born thls hap - py

- ful, an - gels,

falth

ye

Sreet

J

loy

thee,

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come Yâ‚Ź' o slng, all ye Ie- sus, to

-

hold hlm, God, all Fa

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ther,

J

come ye to cit- l-zens of thee be all

Beth heaven

le-

hem !

glo

ry

bove! glven;

born the Klng of glo

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now J

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ln

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come, let

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a - dore

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Christ, the

us

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Joy to the

Vorld'

ISAAC WATTS Joyou.tly

l. Joy to the world I the Lord id, 2. Joy to the worldl the Sav - io'r 3. No more let ein and sol - fOw 4. He rules the world with truth and

ceive her song's em fest the na - tions

pare Him hills and bless - ings right -

6ous

King t Ploy; groundlProvo

room, plains, -

flow ness,

-J---

Let' While He The

-

GEOROE F. HINDEI, Arranged by Lowcll Maron

rergnsi g-rowr gTacâ‚Ź,

ev - 'ry fields and comes to glo - ries .

Let 'earth 16 Lct men their Nor thorns in . Aod makes the

heart floods,-

make

of

J-.--

And heavh and na - ture eing, Re - peat the sound-ing joy, found, Far as the curse is ders His love, And ]vonof

-

pre rocks, His His

And Re

Far And

l'__t: fr-. lr-

L.y.-tPl And

heavh and na-ture peat the sound-ing as the curse is won-ders of His

sing,

stng',

joy, found, love.

And

heavh,

heavh and na ture

heavh,- and heavh-and na-turc srng'.

- peatr- Fâ‚Ź - poat-the sound-ing jov. as rfar as-the curso is found. Far And won-ders,and won - ders of Hig love.

Re

And heivh ind ira ure srng'r


THE ALFRED BURT CAROLS SET I

1. Carolirg, Caroling, WIHLA

(for

HU:'SON With a

lilt

t

S.

A.T.8., una,ccompauted)

,'

AI,FRED BURT

J. = sa I

SOPRAI{O

ATTO

1. Car-o-ling', car- o-ling'. now n'e goi Christ-mas bells are ring'-ing.! 2. Car-o-llng, c8r-o-llng, thru the townl Chrlst-mas bells are rlng'. tng! 3. Car-o-ltngr car-o-ling'r nâ‚Ź8r and far; Christ-mas bells are ring- lngl

nf

TENOR BASS

Car-o - ling, car - o - ling', Car-o -ling, eat- o -ling', Fol-lowJng, fol -low-lng,

Joy

- ous voie - es

llark ye u'ell the Sing u'e all thls

J

.b

D ing, dong:, Dingr dong,

Ding",

tl 1.

sE?r

dongr

.-'

thru

the snow;

uP

and down;

yon - der starl

J

ding, ding' dlng, tl a-,

Sing the sad Glad - some tid *Lo, the King

rh !,

t_

dong:,

dongr dong,

a-'

a re

a re a

r'

ring -

!

ring' - Ing! rlng' - Ing!

I

of

heart

to

cheer.

of

nou' heav'n

we

bring.

ls

born

ings

hl !t

Christ - mas bells are Christ - mas bells 8re Christ - mas bells are h

.b

ing!

rlnS:

ring'

rlng: I

J.

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ing'! Itrgt

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sweet and clear, s0ng we sing, haP - py morn,

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Chrtst - mas bells Chrlst - mas beUs Chrlst - mas bells

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Go,

T.ll It on the Mountain GO TELL lT ON THE MOUNTA'N rrresulrr

Americen Folk Hymn Adrpt. by JoHx V. VoRK, l9ot.

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Unison Rafroin Ltytl <o n

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on

r

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the moun - tain, O - ver the hills and

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Ux*ou

tell

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U

tell

Go,

,

it

on

the

That

Je

- sus Christ

is

born.

Harmony '------l

l.

I

Wltile shep-herds kept their watch - ing 2. The shep-herds feared and trem - bled 3. Down iD a low- ly man - ger

O'er

- lent flocks by nigbt, lo! a - bovc thc earth

si

When The hum

- blc

Crhrist was born,

through-out the heav - ens There shone a ho - ly light. an - gel cho - rus That hailed our Sav- ior's birth. And God sent us sal va - tion That bless - ed Christ-mas morn. Be - hold

Rang

out the

rVords copyright l94o by John

EPIPHANY.'EISON

V. Vorlc.

Herm. copyriSht @ 196l by Abingdon Ptssr.


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sig - glo soal \lt'hat I'm going to say; Cirrist-rn:rs Eve is cofi- i=g soon; broad and black, \lith your packyodll creeP; Alt tho slock-ing you wilL iiud pic - turo book; Yel - low, bluo an& ria; Norv I think IiI leave to yoc

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l9th Century Yorkshire

Traditional Yorkshire Carol

Allcgrctto moderato

-We

Here

we

are

not

God the -Wemas - ter Good bless

Herc

we

a

-

are neigh-bors'

we

want

^ all the think of

lit lit us

REFRATN

rf

Love

tle tlc poor

ing A - mong the leaves so b.g - gars That go from door to, lit - tle purse Of strctch-in6 lea - ther of this house,Like- wise the mis- tress mis-tress,Whileyou're sit - ting by the

was - sail -

got a filas - ter and

COme

Arrangement:. John Stainer

UA/A4.|.-

Come a dai - ly

havc

Soq

good

- dling, So child - ren Whom rnon - CY, TO chil - dren, That chil - dren Who w&n

1.........'v

fairyou linc

have

it

'round the wan

-

der

greenrdoor,-

skin;-

But Wc

too;

Pray fire,-And

to be seen: seen be - forc: well with - in: ta - ble go: in the mire:

$on uwy v ef 1b

and joy

comc

hap

El

to

you, And

- py new

to

F-l

you your

was*ail too, And God bless you, and

year ,-And God send

you

a

il Ir


GOOD CHRISTIAN MEN, REJOICE llth Century Latin Clrol Trrnr. by John M. Ncrlc. I El8-l866

lN DULC! TUB|LO 66.77.17.55 Kl93'r Gcirtllcic Llcdcr, tVlttcnbc* 1335

l. Good Clrris - tian men, 're Good Chris - tian men, re Good Chris - tian men. re

2. 3.

Give ye heed to Now ye hear of Now ye need not

wlrat we say: end - less bliss: fear the grave:

With heart With heart With heart

le -

Je Je

sus sus sus

and soul and,soul

andsoul

Christ Christ Christ

is was was

8nd and and

to - dayt

born born born

for thisl to savet a

Ox

lle Calls

Christ Clrrist Christ

ass be - fore him bow, And o - pened heav - en's door, And you one and calls you 'all To and

has

is born to was born for was born to

daY!

this! save!

he is in

man is bless gain his ev -

the ed

cr

- last man

eY -

Christ is bom to Clrrist was born for Christ was born to

8er now. er-more.

ing hdl.

dayl thisl slve

!


Anct 'Brinq jfot1* l*ere.

WE WISA YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS

3. VJe- L^ron[ 3o o.n\l I ar. qe+ sorn e - Zy. 5o brinqif Llvely " -' .r, \

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.TraditionatEngtishFotksong

mf xnfih""'ilwrnv wlsh )tou t

ebt

Eb

ffi

ffi

Chriat - miE,

C\roru5

'We

FE

# wteh

ffi you e

Mer

We

Bb

Fffi wlsh you I

ffi* Fffiffiffi #lT Hrp

- py Ner

Yeerl

sbz

ffi

ffi

nbt

Db

#* tl - dtngr for

- mrr,

- iy Chrtst-meg rnd r

eb^

2&e\

ffi :' ffi Chrlst

c

rt

nh

ffi

ffi Chrlst

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fiulu Ntght

(Cantiquc dc Nocl)

ADOLPHE ADAM Sloo aud taaicstic

-ffi-

$w

ho.ly by the -lyHe

It is

nightl- the stars are brigbt. ly shis of faith 84. tâ&#x201A;ŹDo . lY beam ligbttaught us to love- onâ&#x201A;Ź an - oth

the

\vithglow- ing His law ig

Long ley the

oight of the dear Sav - iorb birtb; hearts by His cra- dle we stand; love, and His gos-pel is peace;

So led

by

Chains sball He

-

worldirr sin ead er - ror pin light of e star sveet - ly gleam break for tbe slave is our broth

peared aod tbesoul felt

wiss

meu

fromO

. ri .

ing, Till

iag

crr

rP.

He

Herecame

Ald in

the His

A thrill of bope tbe of kings lay of joy in

its worth.ent taod.

The Kiag Sweethynnc

name all qrpree-

sion gball

wea- rysoul re-joic

. es, For yon- der breets e all our tri . als all wiih - in ns

cease.-

thus in tov.ly man- gerl In grate-fulcbo-nsraise we, Let

new rnd gto-riotr" rroroi

bora to be our friend; praiseHisho -

ly

Barrei

(|st lime, tolo voicci 2d lhnet lour 7arl.)

fittHe Christ-

ooyorukaeesr-

Oh'

knowsour needr- Our Oh' is the Lord,

-

hear-

the au-gel

voi -

praise-His nanefor-ev '

wealr

ness

is

oo al1gg

cesl

o

ger erl

BeHis


nightholdpowl-

di your

night, hotd

powl-'and -

night, hold poCr-

vinorKing,-

and

glo

O

ho

your

Kingglo

/-.

O

your and

ho

Kingglo

O nisht-whenCbristrasbornl- foie- Hinloi'lY bendt-

be

Jy

er-norepro-claiml-

eY

ly night- O night dl. be- fore-Him los-ly bendt ev .

ty

â&#x201A;Źf-moro pro-claiml

,E

ly be-

t!

nigblr- O aigbt di - riaclfore- Hin lor.ly bendleY -

er-lrorc

pro-claial-

o Be. His


ll

God Rest You Merry, Gentlenren

rrsditionar

UailM'*'k fu+*

Arr.

le - menr Let 1. - 2, Iu Beth- le - hem, in Jew - ry; Thie 3. Frorn Ood our Heavb-ly Fa - ther, A

mem'ber Ohriet our

leid with- in & un - to cer. tain

Sa- vi man Shep

-

.

Trirditional English Sir Jolrn Stginer, l8{0-1901

ing you, dis. nr&]p Re bleee-ed Babe wee born' And blees-ed An - gel cene; And noth -

@

-

our Wag born on Christ-mec Dny, Berr Up - on thie bless- ed morn; \{!'e herderBrought ti - dinge of the same! 13,*

Bave us all from Sa-tents pow!,When we were g'one awhichHieMoth-er Mo - ryr Did noth-ing take in that in Befh-le. hem wse boru The Son of God bv

tl-dinge of

1

ta

TV com. fort and joy, com'fort and

l=J

joy' O- ti-dingaof

com-

Jht

fort snd j;;

7


WINTER WONDERLANI) Words by

DICK SMITH Music by FELIX BERNARD

Eb

Moderately

ffi

ffi rra rro

beau-tt beeu-tt

-

ful ful

glr

you you

llr - fhln'?

Itr - t'ntn'?

hap-py hap - py

to - nlgbt,to - nlgbt,-

g love song-

slng-lng a song-

lsnd !land !

-

tuow

Walk Wslk

bluc-btrd, blue-blrd,

slngs

rtof

ln lh. lur ln tho lrno

- ln' la - ll' tD

jllt - tlln', lt allf - t'aln'.

ta

A

A

r wtn - tcr ron-dcrr wla - tci ron- dcr-

Here !o Hâ&#x201A;Źte to

wo go e-lon3,ws go l-lon8,-

ag

rE

In In

tbc ncrd - o? wc the uerd-oe vc

cra crn

hrlld r hrlld a


Angels Ve Have Fleard on High TRADITIONAI,

FRENCII

Joyottsly

l. An - gels we have hearo on 2. Shcp-herds, why this ju- bi 3. Corne to Br:th - le - hern art d

high, Sw6et-ly sing- ing o'er the piains; lee ? Why your joy- ous song's pro-tong? see llirn whose birth the an - gels sing;

->\

And the moun - tains in re - ply Ech- o-ingtheir joy - ous strains. What the glad - some ti- dings be Which in-spire your heavh-ty song? Come a - dore on bend- ed knee Christ,the Lord, our new-born King.

rt-a

Glo

{r-*\

f':

rl-a

in ex-cel- sis


lhlr rtaglo bynra. botrovrd b7 chlldrra wrrphcrr, lr oltra colbd'anthrr'. CtadL Flur- loor loq Luthrt dtd nol rallr It bul lhat roor orfr tEcab.d hr rot|ld choorc tbb lypr ol 16ng to rhg hlr on cLlH 5 drrp. bgoato ol odgf!. n b o!. oil orr latodt. CLdrbcr n9r

it'tft)/ in a manger man - ger, low - ing,

Je -

- tle Lord - tle Lord me for -

sus,

Je

down

sweet

Je

ory

He

ev

tovo

The

t

I

Looked down where He Look don'n from the in Thy ten - der

Bless

l"y, sky, oare,

The And And


The First Noel

Troditionol Englirh Carol

'l'roditionrl EngUrh Csrol

With Spirit

t. The * They

3.And 4. This 5.Then

?

No-el look -ed up by the lleht star drew nl-gh en - tered ln fi rst

the and of to those

))

shep-herds

in fields

as

-/-

dld saw a

say Was to cer-taln poor star Shln-lns- In the that same star, Three Vise Men the north-west.O'er Beth - le Vlse Men tlrreelFutt tev - erent-

an-gel

J

A

they l"y;

keep-tng thelr gave great

eastr be - yond them far, came from coun - try faq hem lt took its rest, ly , uP- on , the knee, t-7 ,i. --J

thelr ln stop and hls p

|

I

Rcf rain

l= a

)lr

cold win-ter's night that was so light, And so lt con - tln-ued both day and tent, And to fol-low the star wher- ev-er it stay $ieht o - ver the placewhere fe - sus l"y. gold, and myrrh,and frank- In - cense. encer I nelr A r

slre cp, (

t^J J )dJ

r

el, No -

No-

)-l

Born ls the Klng

)

)

ofls-ra-Gl.


Deck the Hall TNA NITIONA L

WELSH

Rolltcking

l. Dcck the hall with boughs of hol - ly, See the blaz - ing Yulc be - fore ust

2. 3.

Fast

a.

wal

thc

'Ti"

the sea - son

Hail

the harp and the new, ye

Strike

Don -

Fol

we now our low

Sing we

Troll

me

old

Fa la la ta ta, Fa lala lala, Fa la la la lal

yeer pass-sst

to be jol - ly, join the cho. rugr

Fa la la la Fa la ta la lads and lass-es, Fa la la la

g?y ap- par- el, - rymeas-Uret

in lll8f joy- eug all

to - geth - er,

Fa Fa Fa

Fa la the an - cient Yule-tide car- ol, treas-ure, Fa la While I tell of Yule-tide Fa la Heed- less of tho wind andwoath-er,

la, la la, la la, la

la ta la la la la

la la. la la. la la.

la, la la la la. la, la la la le, la, la la la la.

1., la, lr,

ta la

la la

la le

la, 1., tat

la la le, la la la la. la la lr, la la la la. la la la, la la la la.


It

Came upon the Midnight Clear

Edmund H. Searr, fSf0-f870

Richnrd S. Willls, fBfg-f9OO

Ctn,,himato

l. 2. 8.

{.

(' te

It ccmc !p - on lhe mid-night clear, That glo -rious song of old, Still thro' thc clo - ven skicr they corrc, With peace-ful wings un - furled; oyG bc - neeth life's crush-ing load, Whose forms are brnd - in; low, For lo! the days arc has-thipg on, By prgph- ets scen of old, -

L

?;

From And Who

'When

t'Peace

- gels bcnd - In6 n.er thc eatthr Ib toueh their herps "o their heay'n - ly mu - sic floats still O'er all the sea - ry toil a -long the climb -in6 eey With pain-ful steps and with the ev - er - cir - clin6 years Shall come the lime forc

borc

Look

now, the

When

darth,

on

A

its [or

sad

6lad nes heay'n

The world

in

sol

And cv - Gr oter Oh rest be - side A nd the wholo world

will to men pleins and gold - en hours

From hcar'n's They bend

and earth shall own

The

good

and low - ly

emll still - ness

l"y

Ba - bcl soundg the \ree . ry road its

send

back

thc 3on8

Come

gold:

world:-

sh.rw;told,

-

all gra - cious Kingl'on hov - 'ring wing,swift - ly on the dnt;Prince of Peaee thoir Kine.-

To herr

the

The bless - ed And hr.nr the Which now tht:

f,n an nn an

tels tcls

sing. sing. sing.

6cls sing.gels


HARK! THE HERALD ANGEIS SING MENDEIJSOHN ??.7?, ??.77 Ylth Rcfrrb Fclh llon&lgobq 180$l tl?

Orulcr Wcrley, t 707.178E, dL

l. Hark! the her

by

-

an - gels

ald

hiCh est 2. Christ, the heaven- born 3.

Hail

Sing,

heaven a - dored, Prince of peace!

on earth, and mer - cy mild in time be - hold him come, and life to all he brings,

Peace

Late

Ucht

"Glo - ry Christ, the

Hail

to

the

God and

new-born King; last - ing Lord:

the

eY-er Sun of

sin

Off - spring of Risen with herl -

right-eous -ness!

NEn3

the ing

rcC - on - cilcdt" Vir -gin'r womb.

in

his

wing!.

of

thc

skics;

J.

Joy - ful, all ye Veiled in flesh the

Mild

he

lays

na - tions, rise, God- head see: glo - ry by,

his

With the an - gel - ic Plcrsed ils man with

Bom to raise

the

-

ald

frr f 11

Hark

! the

her

hqsL pro .nldnv

,Tl!

to

ot"t

gels

Join the tri Born

claim, dwell,

"Christ

earth'

Born

sing,

- umph

Hail the ln-car - nate

Je

"Glo

that rnan

no

De-

i

'

tY'

more may die,

is born in Beth - lc - heml" sus, our Em-nran-tt - el. to glve them sec - ond birth.

(l - ry

new - hortt


O Clrristmas Tree Gertnntt

Frorrr tlre Gcrnrrrrr

l. +

* *

O Christ-mas treel 0 Christ,mag treel O Christ-mas treel 0 Chriet-mag trgol

o o o 0

un - cbaug-ing; Cbriat-mas treel ThY leaves nro 80 tbou canet give me; Christ-mas tree! Ifnch pleasuro ghine so bright- lyl Chriet-m8s treel Tby can-dlee Ooil bag ilsckeil tbeel Christ-mes treel Eow ridh

'lY

Not on . ly groeo rben 8umnor'B bere,' Bqt gow

'tis

cold anddrear. gleel great'est of . teh"bas tliC-frietrai tree At - lord - ed mo tbe -for tbe sight. Tbere's on-ly eplen'dor From trase to 8rrtr- mit. rayaudbright,'Auil un-cbang'iug'ly. in 0od trust Tbou birtst us truo anil tiilh-tul bi

o o o o

Cbriet-mar treol O 0brirt-nag treol Christ-nre trcel O Christ-nas treel Chrigt-n88 tree! O 9brigt-mrs treel Ohrist'mas hcel O Chriet-mar trocl

8l-- Bo wheu

80

ru. ohlng'ingl leavee arc ![uih pleas-ure thou canet give D0. can.dlee shine so bright Eor rich - ly Ood has dccled tbeol

Tbt

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