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Bright Star, Tiny Babe, one Guitar $15.00 $11.25

Jim Earps stunningly lovely holiday collection featuring...
 I Saw Three Ships (2:21/Capo II) Traditional Victorian English carol

Medley: Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella/O Tannenbaum
(2:44/Capo II)  Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella, French carol, 1553; O Tannenbaum adapted from a German folk melody, 1820
We Three Kings
(4:19/D#G#C#F#A#D#) written by Rev. John Henry Hopkins, 1857

Medley: Joy To The World/Angels We Have Heard On High (2:34/Capo I) Joy To The World lyrics written by Isaac Watts, 1719, music by George Frederick Handel; Angels We Have Heard On High, French carol from the 18th century

O Little Town Of Bethlehem
(1:43/Capo IV) written by Phillips Brooks and Lewis Redner, 1868

The First Noel
(2:00/Capo I) Traditional English Carol, 1830s
Good King Wencecles (2:47/Capo III) lyrics by John Mason Neale, 1853, music is Finnish from the 1500s

Down In Yon Forest
(1:44/DADGAD/Capo II)

The Wassail Song (2:00/Capo III) Traditional English Carol

It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
(1:43/Capo II) lyrics by Edmund Hamilton Sears, 1849, music by Richard Storrs Willis, 1859

Carol Of The Bells
(2:22/Capo IV) Ukrainian folk song originally entited “Shchedryk,” adapted by Peter Wilhousky

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (3:00/Capo II) Traditional 15th century Olde English carol, first published by William B. Sandys, 1833

Away In A Manger (3:08/Capo III) Lyrics author unknown, music by William J. Kirkpatrick, 1895.

Medley: O Come, O Come Emmanuel/What Child Is This? (4:15/Capo IV) O Come, O Come Emmanuel, from 12th century Latin text; What Child Is This lyrics by William Chatterton Dix, 1865; music “Greensleeves”, 16th century English melody arranged by John Stainer

Go Tell It On The Mountain
(3:12/BF#BF#BD#) Traditional American folk song

Adeste Fidelis (1:38/DADGBE/Capo I) Better known as “O Come All Ye Faithful”, this carol was originally written in Latin as a hymn and attributed to John Wade, and was translated

Artist: Jim Earp
Product Type: AMR CDs
Item #: SACD2067
Price: $15.00 $11.25
Bright Star, Tiny Babe, one Guitar
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 01 October, 2007.

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