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Music From The Glen
Sunday December 26th, 2021 with Colin Henein
Christmas and St. Stephen's Day

December 26th is known as Boxing Day or St. Stephen's Day, and this is my opportunity to share Christmas music with you this year. Merry Christmas to all!
The Boar's Head
The Carnival Band & Maddy Prior - Carols And Capers - Park
Earsdon Sword Dance Song
Watersons, the - Frost and Fire [Reissue] - Topic
The Wren Boys' Song
Nowell Sing We Clear - Nowell Sing We Four - Golden Hind
The Gower Wassail
Steeleye Span - The Lark in the Morning: The Early Years - Castle
The Whimple Wassail
Jim Causley - Fruits of the Earth - Wild Goose
The Wassailing Bowl
John Kirkpatrick - God Speed The Plough - Fledg'ling
The Devonshire Carol
Bob Fox - A Garland For Joey - Fledg'ling 2001
Joy Shall Be Yours (Carol of the Field Mice)
Bella Hardy - Bright Morning Star - Noe
The Coventry Carol
Voice Squad, the - Good People All - Tara
Mrs. Hooligan's Christmas Cake
Enoch Kent - I'm A Rover - Second Avenue
Christmas Trilogy
Finest Kind - For Honour & For Gain - Fallen Angle Canadian
St. Stephen's Day Murders
The Chieftains & Elvis Costello - The Bells of Dublin - RCA
Heavenly Aeroplane
The Watersons - Sound, Sound Your Instruments of Joy - Topic
Shepherds Arise
The Young Tradition, Shirley Collins & Dolly Collins - The Holly Bears the Crown - Transatlantic
The Coppers' Christmas Song
Coope Boyes & Simpson - Hindsight - No Masters
As With Gladness, Men Of Old
Jeff Johnson, Brian Dunning & Wendy Goodwin - Under The Wonder Sky - Self
Do You Hear What I Hear?
Eileen Ivers - An Nollaig - An Irish Christmas - Compass
Que les fêtes commencent (Medley de chansons)
La Volée d'Castors - L'album du temps des fêtes - La Factrie Canadian
La Jour De l'An / La Bastringue
Monique Jutras - Chante Et Turlotte La Bolduc - Self Canadian
Petit Papa Noël
Ginette Reno - Un grand Noël d'amour - Select Canadian
The King
Steeleye Span - The Lark in the Morning: The Early Years - Castle
Interactive CKCU
Colin Henein (host)
Merry Christmas everyone! One correction to a comment I made late in the show. Petit Papa Noël is not in fact trad. Written by Raymond Vincy and Henri Martinet, it was originally performed by French singer and heartthrob Tino Rossi in Richard Pottier's 1946 film Destin. If you want to hear the original from the film, it is available on YouTube: Happy New Year and talk to you next year!

5:34 PM, December 25th, 2021
Nev Miller
Great show, Colin. Many thanks, Nev

3:25 PM, December 26th, 2021
Colin Henein (host)
Glad you enjoyed it Nev!

11:41 AM, December 27th, 2021