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A Christmas Card from a Watercolour Giclee Print
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The Later Nineteenth Century
Love came down at Christmas
 R.O. Morris  (0'52)
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Noel: Christmas at King's
The Old Year now has fled away
Traditional
(Greensleeves)
(1'31)
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The Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe
O little town of Bethlehem (1)
Traditional English arr. by A. Sullivan (1842-1900)
(1'41)
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New Oxford Book Of CarolsChristmas with Mario Lanza
O little town of Bethlehem (2)
Traditional English arr. by Lewis Redner
(1'42)
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New Oxford Book Of CarolsChristmas with Mario Lanza
O little town of Bethlehem (3)
Traditional English arr. by H. Walford Davis
(2'35)
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New Oxford Book Of CarolsChristmas with Mario Lanza
Once in Royal David's City
H.J. Gauntlett (1805-76)
(1'30)
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New Oxford Book Of CarolsCHRISTMAS at King's College
Rocking
Hajej, nynej, Jezishku
Czech Traditional
(1'16)
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Shorter New Oxford Book Of CarolsA Celebration of Christmas: Carols Through the Ages (The Deller Consort)
See amid the winter's snow
J.Goss (1800-1880)
(1'40)
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Shorter New Oxford Book Of CarolsEssential Carols: The Very Best of King's College Choir, Cambridge
The Manger Throne
C. Stegall
(1'18)
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New Oxford Book Of CarolsA Festival Of Carols In Brass
We three kings
J.H. Hopkins
(1'15)
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We Three Kings
The Twentieth Century
Adam lay ybounden
Boris Ord (1897-1961)
(2'29)
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New Oxford Book Of Carols
CHRISTMAS at King's College
Blessed be that maid Marie
Trad. arr. Charles Wood (1876-1926)
(1'05)
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Essential Carols: The Very Best of King's College Choir, Cambridge
Ding-dong merrily on high
French
(1'07)
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Essential Carols: The Very Best of King's College Choir, Cambridge
In the bleak mid-winter (1)
Harold Darke (1888-1976)
(2'53)
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Christmas Through the Ages
In the bleak mid-winter (2)
Gustav Holst (1874-1934)
(1'39)
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CHRISTMAS MUSIC BY HOLST AND WALTON (Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Darlington)
Lullay, my liking  
Trad. arr. Gustav Holst (1874-1934)
(2'51)
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New Oxford Book Of Carols
Christmas at Trinity
Make we joy now in this fest
William Walton (1902-1983)
(1'13)
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SIXTEEN (THE): Hodie - An English Christmas Collection
Past three o'clock
Trad. English arr. Charles Wood
(1876-1926)
(1'34)
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Essential Carols: The Very Best of King's College Choir, Cambridge
Sleep, Holy Babe!
J.B. Dykes
 (2'41)
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CHRISTMAS at King's College
There is no rose of such virtue
John Joubert (2'33)
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Carol Album, Vol. 2: Taverner Consort, Choir & Players- Andrew Parrott
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