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It’s nearly Christmas, so let’s be festive!! Christmas songs are being played or sung wherever you go, whether they are traditional carols or hymns or the usual Christmas-themed pop songs. Here are some weird and wonderful choir, carol & hymn singing titles to be found in SUNCAT.

  • Choir : a Magazine Devoted Chiefly to Church Music and Hymnology.
  • World Outlook Report 2006-2011: Academic Caps & Gowns & Judicial, Burial, Choir, Fraternal & Ecclesiastical Vestments.
  • Glory songs.
  • The Choral advocate, and singing-class journal.
  • The traditional singing weekend at Cullerlie.
  • American Idol: Should it be a Singing Contest or a Popularity Contest?.
  • The BBC Light Programme presents Let’s All Sing. A concert of student songs, sea shanties and community singing. [Programmes.]
  • Wisconsin shape-note news : promoting shape-note singing in Wisconsin.
  • Paddy Connor’s Irish song book : containing the popular songs now singing at the Theatre Royal Adelphi, by Barney Williams, the Irish lad. / Connor, Paddy.
  • The British Thalia; or Jacks of Newburys’ delight. : Being a selection of popular songs, singing at the Theatres Royal, and other places of amusement..
  • The Songster’s multum in parvo; or, New two-penny touch, for the lovers of harmony : embracing all the popular new songs singing at the theatres royal, minor places of amusement, &c
  • Hymns & choral songs for bands of hope and temperance meetings.
  • The choir : a journal chiefly devoted to the interests and advancement of church music.
  • The Muppet Christmas carol.
  • ABC TV Hootenanny folk songs.
  • Songs of the soul.
  • A selection of hymns, to be sung in the Wesleyan Reform Room … Sheffield, on Christmas Day.
  • The Ross songster : the most choice collection of facetious and sentimental songs, among which will be found many originals never before published, …
  • The casket: hymns, devotions and instructions for Catholics [compiled by E.T.M. Walker].
  • The Christians magazine: or, the Sunday’s entertainment : Containing lectures of divinity, … together with divine poems, hymns and spiritual songs, … Collected from Bishop Ken, Dr.Patrick, Dr. Watts, Mr. Burkitt, &c. To which is prefix’d, a dedication … by a clergyman of the Church of England. Adorn’d with copper plates.
  • An act of praise … to be used during the … annual conference [of the] Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

For more choir, carol and hymn singing serials and other weird and wonderful titles take a look in SUNCAT.

 December 13, 2013  Posted by at 10:38 am Weird titles Tagged with: , ,  Add comments

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