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The word “carolling” dates back to ancient Greece and word choraulien, meaning to ‘dance to a flute.’ During the Middle Ages, carols were English and French dances accompanied by singing. The Anglo-Saxon tradition was to assemble small choirs on the village lawn to sing carols and Christmas songs for the pleasure of the passers-by. A number of our popular carols today come from England and France. The most popular carol is “White Christmas” while the two most popular Christian carols of the season are the Latin hymn “In Dulci Jubilo” (Good Christian Friends, Rejoice) and the German carol, “Stille Nacht” (Silent Night).

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