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Christmas Carols - Sans Day Carol (MIDI)

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Sans Day Carol



The "Sans Day Carol" or "St. Day Carol" is one of the many Cornish Christmas carols written in the 19th century. This carol and its melody were first transcribed from the singing of Thomas Beard, a villager in St Day in the parish of GwennapCornwall. The fourth verse is a translation from the Cornish version, "Ma gron war'n gelln". The lyrics of "Now the holly bears a berry", the text most associated with the Sans Day Carol, are similar to those of "The Holly and the Ivy" and it is no. 35 in the Oxford Book of Carols.


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