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    The Snow by Elgar

    O Du Frohliche, anonymous Sicilian tune, sung by Dresden Cathedral Choir

    Good King Wenceslas, sung by York Minster Choir

    (bored now - may upload a few more later!)
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    From ClientCo's internal wiki:
    Christmas Countdown

    Hello and welcome to the Christmas Countdown! Sam, Ben and I will each be choosing one Christmas song per day running up to Christmas. It will be updated daily so watch this space!!! And of course, enjoy :)


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    Very sound idea, a kind of musical advent calendar.

    Anyone else have some seasonal tracks? I'll add a couple more to my initial post.

    (Currently searching my 2 Tbytes of choral music for a decent rendering of Good King Wenceslas )
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