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A Christmas serenade


While I was roaming around YouTube for my series on Christmas carols, I came across the charming custom of the choral scholars at King’s College, Cambridge, serenading those in the queue for the annual service of Nine Lessons and Carols on Christmas Eve. No doubt they will be doing the same this afternoon, whatever the weather.

These are amateur clips so the quality of the film varies, but the quality of the singing is never less than top notch.

This is from 2006:





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Margaret Ashworth
Margaret Ashworth
Margaret Ashworth is a retired national newspaper journalist. She runs the Subbing Clinic in a hopeless attempt to keep up standards, and co-runs A & M Records where she indulges her passion for 60s pop.

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