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Coventry Carol (MP3)   Joy To The World (MP3)

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A Charlie Brown Christmas


Bing Crosby White Christmas

Now Thats What I Call Christmas


A Christmas Album

Amy Grant


Fresh Aire Christmas

Mannheim Steamroller




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Merry Christmas 

Mariah Carey


Harry For The Holidays

Harry Connick Jr.


Sacred Arias

Andrea Bocelli


The Spirit Of Christmas

Michael W. Smith


Dig That Crazy Christmas

Brian Setzer Orchestr


CreatorsWeb provides the following article about Christmas music in the hopes that it will enrich your Christmas experience and farther serve to raise your appreciation and understanding of Christmas music in general.  

 Christmas Music 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Christmas carol is a carol (song or hymn) whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas, or the winter season in general. They are traditionally sung in the period before and during Christmas. The tradition of Christmas carols goes back as far as the thirteenth century, although carols were originally communal songs sung during celebrations like harvesttide as well as Christmas. It was only later that carols began to be sung in church, and to be specifically associated with Christmas.

Traditional carols have a strong tune and consist of a verse and/or chorus for group singing. They are often based on medieval chord patterns, and it is this that gives them their uniquely characteristic musical sound. Some carols like 'Personent hodie' and 'Angels from the Realms of Glory' can be traced directly back to the Middle Ages, and are amongst the oldest musical compositions still regularly sung. Carols suffered a decline in popularity after the Reformation in the countries where Reformation settled, but survived in their rural communities until the revival of interest in Carols in the 19th century. Composers like Arthur Sullivan helped to repopularise the carol, and it is this period that gave rise to such favorites as "Good King Wenceslas" and "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear."

Today carols are regularly sung at religious services, including Carol services, but advisedly not in Christingle services. Some compositions have words which are clearly not of a religious theme, but are often still referred to as carols. (See also: List of Christmas carols)

Secular songs such as "White Christmas" and "Blue Christmas" are clearly not Christmas carols, though they are also popular in the period before Christmas, and should therefore be considered to be Christmas songs.

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