A popular Christmas carol, arranged as a contemporary classical piece, led by a vibraphone solo and the brass instrument fanfares, solemn and majestic in mood, well-suited for visual scenarios imbued with the noble and knightly spirit of the Christmas season and the Winter holidays.
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Acknowledgments of the public domain and/or creative commons licenses: music by Mykola Leontovych (1877-1921), Ukrainian lyrics by an unknown author, English lyrics by Peter Wilhousky (1902-1978).
CAROL OF THE BELLS
Hark how the bells, / sweet silver bells, / all seem to say, / throw cares away
Christmas is here, / bringing good cheer, / to young and old, / meek and the bold.
Ding dong ding dong / that is their song / with joyful ring / all caroling.
One seems to hear / words of good cheer / from everywhere / filling the air.
Oh how they pound, / raising the sound, / o’er hill and dale, / telling their tale.
Gaily they ring / while people sing / songs of good cheer, / Christmas is here.
Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry Christmas, / Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry Christmas.
On on they send, / on without end, / their joyful tone / to every home.
Ding dong ding… dong!