caroller


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Synonyms for caroller

a singer of carols

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The old carollers would take their lanterns to walk and sing until late at night and then return home with cold-nipped faces.
Some youngsters came dressed as Santa, while other young carollers donned light-up Christmas tree hats and even Rudolph antlers.
Their show captures the atmosphere of midnight carollers, mummers, wassailing, dancing and making merry in the mid-19th century.
The Festival of Lights celebration will be hosted in the city on November 25, 2011, and offers restaurants, wine, holiday carollers, horse-drawn carriage rides, late night shopping, and complimentary entertainment including performances by the Napa Valley Ballet Company and the VOENA Children's Choir.
Russell makes it clear that the book does not present transcriptions of the pieces exactly as they are found in the manuscript sources: they are set at the pitch at which they would normally be sung by present-day carollers, and the vocal parts reflect current singing practice.
Abu Dhabi Carollers singing in the lobby and beautiful decorations are just some of the things that people can admire during this festive season in hotels across the capital.
Released on her own label, it's a labour of love that draws inspiration from the carollers of South Yorkshire who, for 200 years, have maintained a tradition of community carol singing.
Almost three-quarters said carollers were less welcome now than they were in the past, according to the findings of the research carried out last month for Ecclesiastical Insurance.
The 'Christmas Carol' Train will be decorated for the festive season, and ferry Christmas carollers across America.
The child is a king, the carollers sing, the old has passed, there's a new beginning.
Carollers carrying glowsticks will progress through the castle before grounds in aid of Barnardo's Caerphilly Young Carers service and Young Carers at Cardiff and Vale Crossroads.
As they sung, carollers also danced in a ring, hence the word carole, French for ring.
At least 7,514 carollers are needed in Kilkenny next Sunday to sing for more than 15 minutes and raise some cash for charity.
Lincoln Castle will be lit up and there are handbell ringers, carollers and the tempting smell of roasting chestnuts.