Christmas Music - 08.1. The First Noel [2'32''] - Music Clip

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A traditional Christmas carol, arranged in the genre of Latin pop, led by a wistful piano solo and relaxed congas, calm and mellow in mood, well-suited for visual scenarios imbued with the festive spirit of the Christmas season and the Winter holidays.

For extra flexibility, please, use the following alternative versions:

Christmas Music - 08.2. The First Noel [1'19'']

Christmas Music - 08.3. The First Noel [0'43'']

Christmas Music - 08.4. The First Noel [0'19'']

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Acknowledgments of the public domain and/or creative commons licenses: music and lyrics by an unknown author (18 c.).


The first Noel, the angels say / To Bethlehem's shepherds as they lay. / At midnight watch, when keeping sheep, / The winter wild, the light snow deep.

Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel / Born is the King of Israel.

The shepherds rose, and saw a star / Bright in the East, beyond them far, / Its beauty gave them great delight, / This star it set now day nor night.

Now by the light of this bright star / Three wise men came from country far; / They sought a king, such their intent, / The star their guide where'er it went.

Then drawing nigh to the northwest, / O'er Bethlehem town it took its rest; / The wise men learnt its cause of stay, / And found the place where Jesus lay.
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