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‘Ding Dong Merrily on High’ (Blackmore’s Night)

How about a little more Christmas spirit–eh? Instead of nooze: my Christmas tree doesn’t like nooze.

Instead, let’s have Blackmore’s Night with Ding Dong Merrily on High, complete with harpsichord and bells. I can’t resist the harpsichord.


By Request, ‘Ding-Dong Merrily on High’

Ah! More Christmas hymn requests!

This from Joshua: Ding-Dong Merrily on High, sung by the King’s College Choir at Cambridge.

O Holy Night still leads the Christmas Carol Contest with 25 views on the day it was posted.


‘Ding-Dong Merrily on High’

This high-spirited performance of Ding-Dong Merrily on High is by the Idaho Falls Symphony Orchestra with the combined choirs of the area high schools–well worth turning up the  volume!

I keep looking for a rendition of this hymn with a harpsichord solo, but haven’t found one yet.

Hey, everybody! Let’s sing this Christmas in with a bang! I’m waiting for your Christmas hymn requests.


Stand Up and Sing

This is the Idaho Falls Symphony Orchestra, plus the local high school choir, really, really going to town on Ding Dong Merrily on High–you gotta love it!

I’m still a bit off-color after freezing my marrow during my bike ride yesterday, but this is music that can get you going.

And remember–the villains of this age don’t like it.


‘Ding Dong Merrily on High’

Turn up the volume on this one–Ding Dong Merrily on High, sung by the Kings College Choir at Cambridge, Class of 1983.

I wonder if I can find this with a harpsichord. I love this carol played on a harpsichord!

Hey, everybody–I’m all caught up on your hymn requests, so I need some more. Let’s proclaim Christmas!


‘Ding Dong Gloria’ (Harpsichord Solo)

The only excuse I have for this is that I love this carol and I’m crazy about the harpsichord. It has such a Christmasy sound.

It’s already December 23. How did that happen? Tomorrow we put up our tree. Next thing you know, it’s New Year’s Day and 2015 is over before I got used to writing it.

But the Child whose birth we proclaim on Christmas Day lives every day, every year, and we must learn to seek Him every day.


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