What is this Christmas song called?

What is this Christmas song called?

A Christmas carol is a carol (a song or hymn) on the theme of Christmas, traditionally sung at Christmas itself or during the surrounding Christmas holiday season. The term noel has sometimes been used, especially for carols of French origin.

Who sings this Christmas?

Chris Brown
This Christmas/Artists

Is Canon in D Major a Christmas song?

The song is set to the tune of Johann Pachelbel’s Canon in D Major with new lyrics added….Christmas Canon.

“Christmas Canon”
Single by Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Songwriter(s) Paul O’Neill (lyrics) Johann Pachelbel (music)
Producer(s) Paul O’Neill and Robert Kinkel

Who wrote Christmas canon?

Paul O’Neill
Christmas Canon/Lyricists

Who sings the song last Christmas?

Last Christmas/Artists

Who sings this Christmas the best?

Donny Hathaway

Why is Canon a Christmas song?

Clark said. “The reason it’s called a canon is because of what the three violins do in the upper voices: they play in a round.” (Just as you’d hear in “Three Blind Mice” or “Frère Jacques.”)

Who sang Christmas Canon Rock?

Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Christmas Canon/Artists

What’s the best way to sing Christmas songs?

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