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A Christmas Carol Concert

I attended the 93rd Annual Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol Concert on December 7th, 2019. I truly enjoyed watching my talented sisters and brothers sing such amazing songs to bring in the holiday spirit. Throughout the concert, many songs were sung and performed for the audience. Of the songs that were performed, my favorite were The Carol of the Birds, A Christmas Pair: Down to the Roots of the World, Sing We Now of Christmas and We Are Christmas. I truly enjoyed these songs not only because it was beautifully executed, but because these are songs that I love and my peers truly put their hearts in to singing theses songs. They did that! I always enjoy attending the Christmas Carol Concert. This is my second year attending the concert and I will continue to be amazed and impressed by this wonderful group of student in the execution of the songs that they perform during the concert. I love it!

The songs that were performed during the Christmas Carol Concert are the following:

Hail to the Lord’s Anointed, O Magnum Mysterium, The Carol of the Birds, A Christmas Pair: Down to the Roots of the World, Sing We Now of Christmas , The Snow Lay On the Ground, Nativity (Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella), His Light In Us, Angels We Have Heard On High, The First Noel, Listen To The Angels Shouting, Ave Maria, Glory to God, Children, Go Where I Send Thee, We Are Christmas, Joy to the World, Thou Child Divine, The Boar’s Head Carol, O Little Town of Bethlehem, A King is Born, See That Babe in the Lowly Manger, Betelehemu (Yoruba/Nigerian), O Come All Ye Faithful ,Behold The Star, Roun’ de Glory Manger, Good News, The Savior Is Born!, Jesus, What A Wonderful Child, Go Tell It On The Mountain and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.

By Peyton Bolling

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