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Carol on the theme of Christmas, traditionally sung at Christmas itself or during the surrounding Christmas holiday season. Wikipedia

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  • This article lists Christmas carols sung by the Filipinos during local Christmas season. As with much Filipino music, some of these songs have their origins in the Spanish and American colonial periods, with others written as part of the OPM movement. Wikipedia

  • The Oxford Book of Carols

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  • Organized by country, language or culture of origin. Originally, a "Christmas carol" referred to a piece of vocal music in carol form whose lyrics centre on the theme of Christmas or the Christmas season. Wikipedia

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    • In the 12th century the Parisian monk Adam of St. Victor began to derive music from popular songs, introducing something closer to the traditional Christmas carol.Christmas-Wikipedia
    • Traditional songs such as Green grow the rushes, O present religious lore in a mnemonic form, as do Western Christmas carols and similar traditional songs.Folk music-Wikipedia
    • In eastern Europe also, old pagan traditions were incorporated into Christmas celebrations, an example being the Koleda, which was incorporated into the Christmas carol.Christmas-Wikipedia
    • Caroling also became popular, and was originally performed by a group of dancers who sang.Christmas-Wikipedia
    • Songs which are traditional, even some without a specific religious context, are often called Christmas carols.Christmas music-Wikipedia
    • The switch-on is usually followed by several nights of Christmas carol singing and other performances and events.Trafalgar Square-Wikipedia

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