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Noëls

a new collection of old carols

Published by H.T. FitzSimons Company in Chicago .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Christmas hymns.
Adoramus te ;
In dulci jubilo ;
O hark to the bells' glad song ;
Remember, O thou man ;
Here is joy for every age ;
Let our gladness know no end ;
Hodie Christus natus est ;
Good Christian men, rejoice ;
O come, all ye Christians ;
Christians, awake, salute the happy morn ;
Sing with joy ;
Joy to the world --
Early dance carols.
Lully, lully, lu ;
Parthenia carol ;
Adestes Fideles ;
Hoya hoya ;
Santa Maria ;
Ya he na ya ya --
Lullabies, or Cradle songs.
O baby, thee I love ;
What child is this? ;
This enders nyzgt ;
Baloo, lammy ;
Susanni ;
The coventry carol ;
Joseph, dear Joseph mine ;
Sleep, my child Jesus ;
You came down from Heaven ;
Away in a manger ;
Sleep, holy babe! ;
Infant so gentle ;
A cradle song of the Blessed Virgin --
Pastorals, or Shepherd carols.
Oh, come! Shepherds ;
On that most blessed night ;
Come to Bethlehem ;
The angels and the shepherds ;
Noël de cour ;
Shepherds! shake off your drowsy sleep ;
Westminster carol ;
The first nowell ;
While shepherds watched their flocks ;
As lately we watched ;
Shepherds hurried to Bethlehem ;
A shepherd band their flocks are keeping ;
Abiding in the fields --
Songs in praise of the Virgin Mary.
Mary, dear mother of Jesus divine ;
The angel Gabriel ;
A babe is born, all of a maid ;
Blessed be that maid Marie ;
When Christ was born of Mary free ;
A Virgin unspotted ;
Companions all sing loudly ;
The perfect rose ;
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming ;
The seven joys of Mary --
Carols of the magi, or wise men.
Three kings song ;
The golden carol ;
The march of the three kings ;
Tell us wise men ;
Touching grace, we princes three ;
He is sleeping in a manger ;
The three kings ;
Eastern monarchs, sages three ;
We three kings of Orient are --
Songs of the holy night.
O sanctissima ;
Silent night ;
O holy night ;
In the silence of the night ;
O night, peaceful and blest! ;
When Christ was born ;
God is born ;
Happy night, o night of splendor! ;
Noël! noël! ;
The star in the east ;
Oh! night among the thousands ;
The moon shines bright ;
How brightly beams the morning star ;
Hark! the herald angels sing ;
O little town of Bethlehem ;
It came upon a midnight clear --
Songs of the Christ child.
From heaven high I come to you ;
A child this day is born ;
The babe in Bethlehem's manger laid ;
The simple birth ;
A child is born in Bethlehem ;
To us is born a little child ;
The little Jesus ;
Child Jesus came to earth this day ;
O come, little children --
Carols of legend.
Whence comes this rush of wings? ;
Come with us, sweet flowers ;
I saw three ships ;
The cherry tree carol ;
The miracle of the cock ;
The holy well ;
There comes a galley laden ;
Good King Wenceslas --
Carols of custom.
Wassail, wassail! ;
The holly and the ivy ;
Christ was born on Christmas day ;
Deck the halls with boughs of holly ;
The boar's head carol ;
Listen lordlings ;
God rest you merry, gentlemen ;
Every year at Christmas ;
Here we come a-wassailing ;
O Christmas tree! ;
Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella ;
Come rouse ye, lads and lasses ;
Everywhere, everywhere, Christmas to-night --
American negro carols.
Go, tell it on the mountain ;
De new-born baby ;
Rise up, shepherd, an' foller.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
783.65
Library of Congress
M2065.A1 N63

The Physical Object

Pagination
143 p.
Number of pages
143

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25523081M
Internet Archive
nolsnewcollect00ober
LC Control Number
33003209
OCLC/WorldCat
1626307
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