Meet Me At The Manger - Christmas - Kids
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Next year I'll be going straight; Next year I'll be good, just wait I'd start now, but it's too late; Somebody snitched on me.
So you better be good whatever you do 'Cause if you're bad, I'm warning you, You'll get nuttin' for Christmas. There'll be walk-a-round songs and talk-a-round songs Songs of the inn and stable. There'll be morning time songs and evening time songs And grace at every table.
Meet Me At The Manger
And Jingle bells will jingle all the way all day. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas Everywhere you go; There's a tree in the Grand Hotel, One in the park as well The sturdy kind that doesn't mind the snow. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas soon the bells will start And the thing that will make them ring is the carol that you sing Right within your heart.
Sleep Well, Little Children A.
Klatzkin c Sleep well, little children, wherever you are; Tomorrow is Christmas beneath every star. Soon the snowflakes will fall and tomorrow you'll see Every wish, one and all, waiting under the tree. Sleep well, little children, pleasant dreams through the night; Tomorrow is Christmas, all merry and bright.
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Soon you'll hear the bells ring, time for dreams to come true As the world wakes to bring Merry Christmas to you. Henry c The season is upon us now A time for gifts and giving And as the year draws to its close I think about my living The Christmas time when I was young, The magic and the wonder, But colors dull and candles dim, And dark my standing under O little Zachary, shining light You've set my soul to dreaming You've given back my joy in life And filled me with new meaning A Savior King was born that day, A baby just like you, And as the Magi came with gifts, I come with my gift too That peace on Earth fills up your time, That brotherhood surrounds you.
Weisberg c Tall in the saddle we spend Christmas day Driving the cattle on the snow-covered plains. All of the good gifts given today; Ours is the sky and the wide open range. Back in the cities, they have different ways, Football and eggnog and Christmas parades. I'll take the blanket; I'll take the reins; Christmas for Cowboys and wide open plains.
A campfire for warmth as we stop for the night; The stars overhead are the Christmas-tree lights. The wind sings a hymn as we bow down to pray; Christmas for Cowboys and the wide open plains.
It's tall in the saddle we spend Christmas Day, Driving the cattle on the snow-covered plains. So many gifts have been opened today; Ours is the sky and the wide open range. It's Christmas for Cowboys and wide open plains. Christmas In Killarney The holly green, the ivy green The prettiest picture you've ever seen Is Christmas in Killarney With all of the folks at home It's nice, you know, to kiss your beau While cuddling under the mistletoe And Santa Claus you know, of course Is one of the boys from home The door is always open The neighbors pay a call And Father John before he's gone Will bless the house and all How grand it feels to click your heels And join in the fun of the jigs and reels I'm handing you no blarney The likes you've never known Is Christmas in Killarney With all of the folks at home It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year Eddie Pola, George Wyle It's the most wonderful time of the year.
With the kids jingle belling, and everyone telling you, "Be of good cheer," It's the most wonderful time of the year. Sandys, though its author is unknown. The earliest known publication of the carol appears on a rare broadsheet, where it is described as a 'new Christmas carol', suggesting its origin is actually from the mid-eighteenth century.Emlanjeni Mafikizolo (Meet Me At the River)
May nothing you dismay! It was written by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane and has been recorded by almost every major popular singer since. Over the years, its lyrics have been frequently altered and it has recently become a favourite item for choirs, for concert use. It is interesting that his next major choral work would also focus on the story of the Nativity, clearly a theme which resonated with Britten. A Ceremony of Carols, Op 28, is scored for three-part treble or soprano chorus, solo voices, and harp and consists of eleven movements, with texts drawn from medieval and 16th century poems.
Most of it was written inabout the same time as the Hymn to St Cecilia with which the work shares certain stylistic similarities and it was actually composed while Britten was at sea, returning from the United States to England after a fairly unhappy period of self-imposed exile in California.
During the long voyage, the ship berthed at Halifax, Nova Scotia, where Britten came across a book of medieval poems and immediately began to set them, but without any fixed plan of the work as we know it today. The unusual addition of the harp may have been because Britten had intended to write a harp concerto at this time and had been studying the instrument.
The harp solo which comes about half way through, is based on the same opening plain chant, along with a few other motifs from the first carol, Wolcum Yole, to further unify the composition. In addition the later movements This Little Babe and Deo Gracias have the choir declaiming harp-like effects, by employing imaginative and complex canonical devices. The collection only became a cycle when Britten added a framing processional and recessional chant, sung in unison, based on the Gregorian antiphon Hodie Christus natus est Today, Christ is born.
Throughout, Britten is most particular in his focus on choral resonance and many of his vocal effects are clearly designed to reflect the considerable acoustic possibilities afforded by a traditional church space, rather than a concert hall.
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The remarkable variety of moods and the exciting contrast in his frenetic rhythms, together with the complex melodic interplay between the individual lines makes A Ceremony of Carols one of the most difficult and rewarding twentieth century choral works to perform. InBritten added That yonge child and the solo harp interlude.
Only somewhat later did he become convinced that it would be better suited to boys, perhaps to underline the innocence and freshness of the story and its special importance for children, the world over.
He also seems to have been influenced in this by several fine rehearsal-performances in the run up to its London premiere at Christmas As he wrote to his friend Margaret Mayer: