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Christmas Carols New and Old (First Series)

Editor: Rev. Henry Ramsden Bramley, M. A.
Music Editor: John Stainer, M. A., Mus. Doc.
Publisher: Novellow, Ewer and Co./Ditson and Co., London/Boston, 1870
Language: English
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
IGod rest you, merry gentlemen[God rest you marry gentlemen]Page Scan
IILike silver lamps in a distant shrine[Like silver lamps in a distant shrine]Page Scan
IIIA Virgin unspotted, the Prophet foretold[A Virgin unspotted, the Prophet foretold]Page Scan
IVCome, ye lofty, come, ye lowly[Come, ye lofty, come ye lowly]Page Scan
VCome! tune your heart[Come! tune your heart]Page Scan
VIThe First Nowell the Angel did say[The First Nowell the Angel did say]Page Scan
VIIJesu, hail! O God most holy[Jesu, hail! O God most holy]Page Scan
VIIIGood Christian men, rejoice[Good Christian men, rejoice]Page Scan
IXSleep, Holy Babe, upon Thy mother's breast[Sleep! Holy Babe, upon thy mother's breast]Page Scan
XGood King Wenceſsas look'd out[Good King Winceslas look'd out]
XIWhen I view the Mother holding [When I view the Mother holding]Page Scan
XIIThe first good joy that Mary had[The first good joy that Mary had]Page Scan
XIIIOn the birthday of the Lord [On the Birthday of the Lord]Page Scan
XIVWhat Child is this, who, laid to rest[What Child is this, who, laid to rest]Page Scan
XVGlorious, beauteous, golden-bright[Glorious, beauteous, gloden-bright]Page Scan
XVIWaken, Christian children[Waken, Christian children]Page Scan
XVIIA Child this day is born[A Child this day is born]Page Scan
XVIIIListen, Lordings, unto me, a tale I will you tell[Listen, Lordings, unto me, a tale I will you tell]Page Scan
XIXWhen Christ was born of Mary free[When Christ was born of Mary free]Page Scan
XX'Twas in the winter cold, when earth['Twas in the winter cold, when earth]Page Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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