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As With Gladness Men of Old - Same tune as "For the Beauty of the Earth (midi)

Away In A Manger - Popular children's carol, many C-naturals, not a beginner tune (midi)

Breton Carol - Complex rhythm and haunting melody! Recorded by the Chieftains on "Celtic Wedding" and "Bells of Dublin" CDs. (midi)

Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella - A lively traditional French carol (midi)

Carol of the Bagpipers - A lilting Sicilian carol, you'll recognize the tune! (midi)

Child In The Manger - Bunessan, a traditional Gaelic tune, also used for "Morning Has Broken", words originally in Gaelic - (midi)

Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus - Words by Charles Wesley, beautiful tune (midi)

Coventry Carol - Tricksy sharps, but this beautiful tune is worth the work! (midi)

First Noel - (midi)

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen - Fun to play! (midi)

Good Christian Men Rejoice - (midi)

Good King Wenceslas - also rendered in the Key of D (more fun to play, probably un-singable, though) (midiG) (midiD)

The Holly and the Ivy - Many tunes have been used for this traditional carol. This one adapts nicely to whistle. In the key of G, uses a few C-naturals.  (midi) Here's an actual recording

Huron Carol - Written in Canada by Jesuit Missionary Jean de Brebeuf in 1643. (midi)

I Saw Three Ships - Good whistle tune (midi)

I Wonder as I Wander - Haunting minor-mode Appalachian tune (midi)

In the Bleak Midwinter - Tune by Holst, in the key of G. (midi)

Joy to the World - (midi)

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence - Old French carol, words from 3rd Century Greek liturgy. Often used as a communion or eucharist hymn, too. (midi)

Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming - A real oldie! (like, 15th Century!) (midi)

Masters In This Hall - Traditional French tune, English words from the 19th Century. Lively and catching! Beware the half-holes! (midi)

O Christmas Tree (G) - A classic, play it in D if you don't like playing C Natural (midi in G) (midi in D) Added by special request

Of The Father's Love Begotten - Even older, by Aurelius Prudentius 348-413 A.D. (midi)

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - Beautiful plainsong, adapted. (midi) A friend was looking for an arrangement with countermelody recently, so I wrote one (midi)

O Holy Night - One of my favorites, also very pretty on whistle. One G#. (midi)

Silent Night - (midi)

Taladh Chriosta (Christ Child's Lullaby)- Haunting, A-Mixolydian tune from Outer Hebrides (midi)

We Three Kings - (midi)

What Child is This? - Tricky to play, but very pretty.  (midi)


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