O Come, All Ye Faithful

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O Come, All Ye Faithful

traditional Christmas carol. [Western Culture: “0 Come, All Ye Faithful” in Rockwell, 142–143]
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Since then, Sirikoi was third behind Adeste Fideles in a six-furlong maiden on this track.
First-time blinkers had the desired effect on Crafted Mastery, who made all under Colin Keane to beat odds-on Adeste Fideles by two and threequarter lengths in the 7f fillies' maiden.
It includes a show-stealing duet with Popstar to Operastar's Rolando Villazn on Holy Night, and an atmospheric Adeste Fideles.
They will be performing Let it Snow, Silent Night, O Holy Night, Adeste Fideles and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
A powerhouse Adeste Fideles gave the Arena a cathedral carol service feel, although his versions of English language favourites like White Christmas were less successful.
At this point it was hard not to warm to Bocelli as he told us he was sorry and would therefore sing us a special song which was an addition to the concert - Adeste Fideles (Oh, Come All Ye Faithful) from his upcoming album My Christmas.
According to one musical expert, OComeAll Ye Faithful, also called Adeste Fideles, is actually a birth ode to Jacobite pretender Bonnie Prince Charlie, who was born shortly before Christmas on December 20, 1720.
This is a score of clarity and fastidiousness, though it sinks into allusiveness and eventual banality, when Beethoven's closing words in his letter to his unidentified "Immortal Beloved" are muttered against the slow unfolding of Adeste Fideles - Beethoven signs off "faithful".
Oh Holy Night," but not the one we hear nowadays), Die Hirten an der Krippe (to the tune of "Good Christian Men, Rejoice") and Adeste Fideles (cast as a lively march).
Earlier my nap chased home in form Adeste Fideles over eleven furlongs here last month, and a return to today's longer trip will suit this course and distance winner.
35: ADESTE FIDELES (J A Heffernan, 2-1f) 1; Taaluf (8-1) 2; Sirikoi (5-1) 3.
Christmas music looked up in Britain with the arrival at Prince Albert's behest of the Christmas Tree in the 19th century and that was followed by European carols which have become the core of our musical Christmas - Hark the Herald Angels and In Dulci Jubilo from Germany, Silent Night from Austria and Adeste Fideles from Italy.