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Carol Of The Bells; Lo, How A Rose Eer Blooming; Go Tell It On The Mountain - The Robert Shaw Chorale - Joy To The World (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nelmaran says:
    Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming. From a stump blossoms the Christmas Rose. Every reading, prayer, hymn, and carol in tonight's Festival of Lessons and Carols depicts the contrast between death and life, despair and hope. In a world of pain and death, may tonight's service give us a glimpse of the glory of God. Organ Voluntary.
  2. Kik says:
    Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming. Notes. For Christmas. Words: Es ist ein Ros entsprungen, 15th Century German carol, 23 stanzas Also: Es ist ein Roess entsprungen and Es ist ein Reis entsprugen Music: Es Ist Ein Ros, Anonymous, 16th Century (Arr. by Michael Praetorius, ) (link opens at Cyberhymnal) MIDI / Noteworthy Composer / PDF (These links open at CCEH, the Christian Classic .
  3. Mejin says:
    History and facts about Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming. The original of Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming and A Spotless Rose is the German song Es ist ein Ros entsprungen which translates to A rose has sprung up. The lyrics of Es ist ein Ros entsprungen was first published in the 16th century. The author of the original German lyrics is unknown.
  4. Shakagal says:
    Carol Of The Bells Lyrics: Hark! how the bells / Sweet silver bells / All seem to say / "Throw cares away." / Christmas is here / Bringing good cheer / To young and old / Meek and the bold / Ding.
  5. Molkree says:
    Oct 25,  · As John correctly points out, the original Ukrainian lyrics of the Carol of the Bells, “Shchedrik” in Ukrainian, have nothing to do with the sacred aspect of Christmas. They stem from the custom of caroling in Ukrainian villages (think “Wassailing”), where the carolers went from house to house wishing the dwellers good cheer and.
  6. Gogor says:
    Dec 25,  · “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” is an easy carol to write about, because I do not have to convince you it is beautiful. Pull up any choral recording, slide over to the penultimate phrase Author: Robinson Meyer.
  7. Kagazil says:
    Carol Of The Bells This song is by The Harry Simeone Chorale and appears on the album The Little Drummer Boy ().
  8. Totaxe says:
    One of the most popular renditions of "Carol of the Bells" is Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24," an instrumental medley of the song with another traditional carol, "God Rest You Merry Gentlemen."It was released on their debut album, Christmas Eve and Other Stories and, TSO co-creator Jon Oliva told us, it was a catalyst for the group's success.

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