Christmas Music - 01.4. Angels We Have Heard on High[0'21''] - …
Christmas Music - 01.4. Angels We Have Heard on High[0'21''] - …
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Description
A traditional Christmas carol, arranged in the genre of pop music, led by a crisp acoustic piano solo, uplifting and inspiring in mood, well-suited for visual scenarios imbued with the festive spirit of the Christmas season and the Winter holidays.

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Christmas - 01.1. Angels We Have Heard on High [2'16'']

Christmas - 01.2. Angels We Have Heard on High [1'07'']

Christmas - 01.3. Angels We Have Heard on High [0'34'']

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Christmas Music

Acknowledgments of the public domain and/or creative commons licenses: music by an unknown author, English lyrics by James Chad­wick (1813-1882).

ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH

Angels we have heard on high / Sweetly singing o’er the plains, / And the mountains in reply / Echoing their joyous strains.

Gloria, in excelsis Deo! / Gloria, in excelsis Deo!

Shepherds, why this jubilee? / Why your joyous strains prolong? / What the gladsome tidings be / Which inspire your heavenly song?

Come to Bethlehem and see / Christ Whose birth the angels sing; / Come, adore on bended knee, / Christ the Lord, the newborn King.

See Him in a manger laid, / Whom the choirs of angels praise; / Mary, Joseph, lend your aid, / While our hearts in love we raise.
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