Strange how both suddenly become acceptable in December, and too bad it involves the same songs being played over and over. The first time you hear Dave threaten Alvin for being a little flat is all right, but it gets tiresome after the next twenty times. The song is obviously cursed, as Eartha Kitt died on Christmas Day. Thank you. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.
'Deck the Halls'
In , the English version of the carol was written by Thomas Oliphant, a Scottish musician. The Welsh Melodies was a set of 4 volumes crafted by John Thomas. However, there is no literal or strict proof in this regard. The first verse of the carol is Welsh. The tune exudes a hint of classic Welsh welsh air and originates from John Parry, Welsh harpist of s. The folk singers of that time are responsible for the middle verse. Initially, carols were not songs, but dance forms. The tune accompanying them was just utilized as a base for any appropriate verses. They were split up from the dance forms but continued to be called carols. The fourth verse in the initial version has more of an arpeggiated melody, while the third verse has a completely contrasting rhythm and tone.
Know another quote from A Charlie Brown Christmas?
Recognize the title of this post? I know the Christmas season can feel like a chaotic blur to many. There are events and traditions at home, events at school, events at church and get togethers with family and friends. Last Christmas I was in the hospital for all of it; from December 16th to January 21st. That really helped us to enjoy the celebratory chaos when we were tempted to complain about being a little too overly scheduled.
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