Various - Christmas In Germany mp3 album
Experiencing Christmas in Germany is very special! Here we will tell you all about typical German Christmas traditions and festive season celebrations. Christmas celebrations start in Germany on 24th December (Christmas Eve) when Christmas gifts are exchanged. On 25th December (Christmas Day) and 26 December, usually the family gets together for celebrations and also the religious Christians will visit Christmas mass during these days. The German festive season starts at the end of November or early December with the Advent celebrations.
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Snowbound for Christmas - Dickie Valentine. Christmas In Harlem - Louis Armstrong. Style: PopArtist: Various.
Various – Christmas In Germany. Christmas Medley: Von Himmel Hoch, Es Ist Ein Ros' Entsprungen, Ihr Kinderlein Kommet, Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht, Alle Jahre Wieder, O Tannenbaum, O Du Frohliche. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 2XRA 34-IN. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 2XRA 35-IN.
That tradition in Germany dates back to Medieval times when folk songs were suffused with lyrics written by clergymen and then sung at church. The songs acted as tributes to God. Fast-forward to 20th-century secularism and a departure from these pious tunes was born. Regardless of the tone, Christmas songs can be fun to sing and heighten the jovial spirit of the heartwarming holiday. Nun sei willkommen Herre Christ. Nat King Cole beautifully takes on the German version of Oh Christmas tree. This 1816 Falk and Holzschuher Christmas tune means Oh you joyful in English. Schneeflöckchen, Weissröckchen. This sweet song translates as little white snowflake, little white coat.
Christmas Trees are very important in Germany. They were first used in Germany during the late Middle Ages. If there are young children in the house, the trees are usually secretly decorated by the mother of the family. The Christmas tree was traditionally brought into the house on Christmas Eve. In some parts of Germany, during the evening, the family would read the Bible and sing Christmas songs such as O Tannenbaum, Ihr Kinderlein Kommet and Stille Nacht (Slient Night). Germany is well known for its Christmas Markets where all sorts of Christmas foods and decorations are sold. Perhaps the most famous German decorations are glass ornaments. The glass ornaments were originally hand blown glass and were imported in the USA in 1880s by the Woolworth stores. The legend of the glass 'Christmas Pickle' is famous in the USA, but it's that, a legend.
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|A1||Heil'ge Nacht, O Giesse Du (Holy Night, Pour Forth Your Spirit)|
|A2||Kling, Glockchen, Kling (Sound, Little Bell, Sound)|
|A3||Leise, Rieselt Der Schnee (The Snow Falls Softly)|
|A4||Susser Die Glocken Nie Klingen (The Bells Never Sound Sweeter)|
|A5||Weisse Weihnacht (White Christmas)|
|A6||Stille NachtHeilige Nacht (Silent Night, Holy Night)|
|B1||Heil'ge Nacht, Nacht Der Unendlichen Liebe (Holy Night, Night Of Everlasting Love)|
|B2||Christmas Medley: Von Himmel Hoch, Es Ist Ein Ros' Entsprungen, Ihr Kinderlein Kommet, Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht, Alle Jahre Wieder, O Tannenbaum, O Du Frohliche|
|SP-10095||Various||Christmas In Germany (LP)||Capitol Records||SP-10095||US||Unknown|
|SM-10095||Various||Christmas In Germany (LP, Album, RE)||Capitol Records||SM-10095||US||Unknown|
|T10095, T-10095||Various||Christmas In Germany (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||T10095, T-10095||Canada||Unknown|
|PMCJ 5||Various||Christmas In Germany (LP)||Parlophone||PMCJ 5||South Africa||Unknown|
|T10095||Various||Christmas In Germany (LP)||Capitol Records||T10095||US||Unknown|