Yes, both in the Victorian set and in our exclusive arrangements of popular modern songs. As for our “Victorian” presentation repertoire, many corporate parties wish to keep the overtly Christian influence to a minimum in order to be sensitive to other cultures present. We can do smaller sets of our repertoire list which either are not specifically sacred or which can be easily altered to remove specific sacred words, and still maintain the Victorian-era feel and presentation.
Here is a list of the Victorian carols which are less sacred in nature, which we believe are appropriate for a corporate party.
- Auld Lang Syne
- Bring Us In Good Ale
- Deck the Hall
- Gloucestershire Wassail (Wassail All Over the Town)
- Good King Wenceslas (modified)
- Here We Come A-Wassailing
- Jingle Bells
- Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
- O Christmas Tree (O Tannenbaum)*
- The Twelve Days of Christmas
- Up On the Housetop
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas
If you are interested in having a more modern feel with modern songs, please see the FAQ pertaining to Modern Songs.