Our current Victorian-era repertoire list includes the following carols and songs which were available to caroling groups in the Victorian era (circa 1905 or before). Carols with an asterisk (*) after them indicate carols where we will sing one verse in the original language, and follow with verses in English. Carols with a red superscript ‘s‘ are not overtly Christian in nature and are appropriate for more secular performances.
Angels from the Realms of Glory
Modern/SecularPresentations with a more rounded and modern set of popular holiday songs are also available. For public event locations, please be sure to understand the ASCAP rules for proper licensing of a presentation involving copyrighted music. More information on that can be found here.
The modern set now available includes the following songs, with arrangements custom-made by and exclusively presented by The Village Carolers unless otherwise noted with an asterisk (*).
Carol of the Bells*
We also have Victorian era carols which we have eliminated from our “active” folder, but which can be added upon request:
The Angel Gabriel
As With Gladness
Boar’s Head Carols
The Cherry Tree Carol
He Is Born, the Divine Child (Il est né le divin enfant)*
Huron Carol (Jesous Ahatonhia)*
I Saw Three Ships
O Come, Little Children (Die Kinder bei der Krippe)*
Once In Royal David’s City
See Amid the Winter’s Snow
What Child Is This?
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
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