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Rehearsal room in a church for a choir.
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Christmas carols (the word carol is from the French word carole which means a circle dance with accompaniment by singers though derived from the Latin choraula
) are believed to have originated as an old English custom referred to as 'wassailing' which is a toast of long-life to neighbours.
This stems from the Latin "choraula
" which comes in turn from the Greek "choraules".
THE word carol is derived from the old French word caroller which derives from the Latin choraula
. This itself was derived from the Greek choraules.