Archive for the ‘Old carols’ Category

MERRY CHRISTMAS! / BUON NATALE!

January 19, 2011

Classe 2^B – ScuolaPrimaria “A. Ciancia” – Francavilla in Sinni (PZ) – Italia

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Christmas 2010 at school/ Natale 2010 a scuola

January 19, 2011


Classe 2^B -Scuola Primaria “A. Ciancia”-Francavilla in Sinni (PZ) – Italia

Romanian Christmas Carols

December 13, 2009

Here are two old Christmas carols from Romania performed by our 7th form pupils.

Liliana&the kids

Christmas Preparations

December 20, 2008

During the month of December at school we worked and prepared a lots of things for Christmas. We learnt and sang Christmas Carols, we put up a tree recycling plastic bottles and glasses, we made, as a little work, the “little throw away troubles broom”.
The “little throw away troubles broom” is a little broom that, not only in Christmas time, is kept behind the door because, they say, it keeps away all the troubles from the home.
So, waiting for Christmas, we had fun staying together in harmony.

A Christmas Carol and our Christmas tree

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Our ” little throw away troubles broom”

Classe 5^A- Scuola Primaria “A Ciancia” – Francavilla in Sinni (PZ) – Italia

An Italian Christmas Carol

December 20, 2008


With our voices, a little tone-deaf, we intonate the most traditional in our Christmas Carols, “TU SCENDI DALLE STELLE”, and  show you our Crib and our window displays made in the classroom waiting for Christmas.
Merry Christmas to you all!
Classe 4^A- Scuola Primaria “A. Ciancia” – Francavilla in Sinni (PZ)-Italia

Carolling in Kilkenny

December 17, 2008

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nativity
We have been busy rehearsing our Nativity play for the past two weks. We will perform the play on Friday night in school for our parents and grandparents. Our favourite carol in the play is Mary Had a Baby. It is not a traditional Irish carol but it is a West Indian carol. We hope you like it too.
3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th class
St. Brendan’s N.S.
Kilkenny,
Ireland

Mary Had a Baby
1.Mary had a baby,O Lord,
Mary had a baby,O my Lord,
Mary had a baby,O Lord,
The people keep a comin’ and the train done gone.

2.Laid him in a manger,O Lord,
Laid him in a manger,O my Lord,
Laid him in a manger, O Lord,
The people keep a comin’and the train done gone.

3.Shepherd came to see Him, O Lord,
Shepherd came to see Him, O my Lord,
Shepherd came to see Him, O Lord,
The people keep a comin’ and the train done gone.

4.Named Him King Jesus, O Lord,
Named Him King Jesus, O my Lord,
Named Him King Jesus, O Lord,
The people keep a comin’ and the train done gone.
The people keep a comin’ and the train done gone.

Oíche Chiún

January 6, 2008

Magi

Oiche Chiun (Silent Night)

The boys and girls of Ms Dolan’s 4th class performed Oiche Chiún at the carol services with actions. The whole school and congregation joined in for the English verse at the end. They are accompanied on this recording by Mr Coughlan.

Happy Little Christmas

Carol of the Bells

January 5, 2008

Bells

Carol of the Bells

Ms Finnegan’s 6th class boys and girls of Saint Attracta’s S.N.S. in Dublin, wish all of you a

Merry Christmas and a Happy New YearBell bough

We used hand chimes for the introduction and the “Ding Dong” bit at our school carol services but they were locked away when it came time to make the last minute recording for Mr Molloy. 
Ms Finnegan did a great job on the keyboard.

Do You Hear What I Hear?

January 4, 2008

Carol Singers

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Greetings from Saint Attracta’s Senior National School in Dublin.
The boys and girls of Mr Coughlan’s 5th Class took time out of their Christmas Party to record the above carol.

holly

The 9th Day of Christmas

January 2, 2008
Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem 

Here is a recording of O Little Town of Bethlehem from Ms Doyle’s 4th class.

Greetings from the boys and girls in Saint Attracta’s Senior National School  in Dublin, Ireland.
Sorry for being so late but we could not log onto the site as it was blocked in school by FortiNet. 

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