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Toyland (Christmas)

Central theme from popular 1903 operetta and children's classic "Babes In Toyland," music by Victor Herbert(1859-1924), lyrics by Glen MacDonough.

Trees (Christmas)

Celebrated poem by Mahwah, New Jersey poet Joyce Kilmer (1913); set to music by American composer Oscar Rasbach (1922). One of America's most recited poems for generations, often the subject of severe literary criticism for its technical literary faults. For the less dogmatic and more romantic amongst us, an unabashed celebration of nature and its dominant place in the life of the human spirit.

Twelve Days Of Christmas, The (Christmas)

"Cumulative" game poem first published in England, 1780, set to music by British composer Frederic Austin(1872-1952)drawing upon a traditional folk tune. The 12 days of Christmas start with Christmas Day extending to Twelfth Night, the eve of Epiphany, January 6th.

Virgin's Slumber Song (Christmas)

Music by German composer Max Reger (1872-1916), English words by Edward Teschemacher. German title is "Maria Wiegenlied," Opus 76, number 52, composed between 1903-1912.

We Three Kings (Christmas)

Words & music (1857) by Pennsylvania clergyman John Henry Hopkins, Jr.

We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Christmas)

16th century British carol, the best final word for celebrating not only Christmas but "a Happy New Year" as well.