The Hymns and Carols of Christmas

The Cornish Song Book

Lyver Canow Kernewek

Edited by Ralph Dunstan, London: Reid Bros., Ltd., 1929.

Introduction To Cornish Carols

Editor's Note: Only carols relating to Christmas are included. These represent about 1/3d of the total contents.

PART II. Carols

Angels From The Realms of Glory

Angels Proclaim

Arise And Hail The Glorious Star

As I Sat On A Sunny Bank

As Joseph Was A-Walking

A Virgin Most Pure

Auld Lang Syne

Awake With Joy, Salute The Morn!

Awake! Ye Nations (I & II)

Behold, a Lucid Light (Heavenly Sound)

Behold What Grace Appears

Carol, Carol, Christians

The Cherry-tree Carol (Parts 1 & 2, Version 3)

Choirs of Angels

Christians Rejoice

The Christmas Chanters

Come, Let Us Lift (The Prince of Life)

The Dilly Carol

The First Nowell

Flaming Seraphs (First Line: Hark! the music of the Cherubs)

Glad Tidings, I & II (Hark, Hark! What News)

God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen (I & II)

God's Dear Son

Hark, Hark! What News

Hark What Mean Those Holy Voices

Hark The Herald Angels Sing

Hark, What Music Fills Creation

Heavenly Sound (First Line: Behold, a lucid light appears)

High Let Us Swell Our Tuneful Notes

The Holly And The Ivy

Holy Voices (Hark What Mean Those Holy Voices)

New Park (Angels From The Realms of Glory)

Oh Christmas Is Merry

O Little Town of Bethlehem

O Well! O Well! (The First Nowell)

Praise (First Line: All join in praise and loudly sing)

The Prince of Life

Righteous Joseph (I & II) (When Righteous Joseph Wedded Was)

Rouse, Rouse From Your Slumbers

St. Day Carol (First Line: Now the holly bears a berry; Sans Day Carol)

The Seven Good Joys (The Seven Joys of Mary)

Shepherds Rejoice

The Splendour (First Line: Behold what splendour, hear that shout!)

Star Of Bethlehem (First Line: Lo! the eastern sages rise)

The Sunny Bank (As I Sat On A Sunny Bank)

To Us A Child Of Hope Is Born

The Prince of Life (First Line: Come, let us lift our hearts and voice)

The Wassail Song (First Line: O mistress, at your door our wassail begins)

When God At First Created Man

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

Whilst Shepherds Watch'd Their Flocks By Night

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