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carols

custom originating in England of singing songs at Christmas. [Christian Tradition: NCE, 552]
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collected at Castleton in 1908 by Vaughan Williams, and included in The Oxford Book of Carols, is very well known in the folk revival, Derbyshire's carolling traditions have on the whole been overshadowed by those from the Sheffield area, in the adjoining county of Yorkshire.
More than 100 people gathered to take part in the celebration and enjoy mince pies and mulled wine after the carols.
CALLING all carol writers - there is still time to enter the ECHO Carol Competition.
TUCSON, AZ Carol Ann Petty OKeefe, 70, of Tucson, AZ, died on May 24th after a battle with bladder cancer.
For forms and details log on to the Carols at Warwick Castle website www.
I AM delighted to be supporting the 27th Help the Aged Carol Appeal, which is a fantastic way to bring family and friends together to celebrate this festive season.
Also featured will be familiar Alfred Burt carols arranged by local composer Jan Sanborn: ``Caroling, Caroling,'' ``Some Children See Him,'' ``O Hearken Ye,'' and ``Star Carol.
CAROL singers are becoming the ghost of Christmas past, according to a survey.
Stories of the Great Christmas Carols is written for late-elementary to early-intermediate students.
Neale's love for carols prompted him to seek out medieval manuscripts and translate the songs from Latin and Greek into English.