caroling


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singing joyful religious songs (especially at Christmas)

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Oh, and guests should arrive early to hear the Merry Minstrels, a Dickens-era-dressed group of carolers that warms up the crowd before the curtain opens with a capella caroling.
This ``musical mishmash of holiday mirth'' offers everything from Victorian caroling to a challenge tap number between a Christmas tree and a Hanukkah bush.
Christmas Under the Umbrella Tree:Holiday traditions are explored with the characters from the popular program, including caroling and decorating the umbrella tree.
After his death in 1954, she was instrumental in bringing to people throughout the world his songs, such as ``Caroling, Caroling,'' ``Some Children See Him'' and ``This is Christmas.
Caroling, caroling, now we go, to three festive weekend musical performances featuring audience sing-alongs and merry holiday times.