Christmas Carols Deconstructed
‘Tis the season for Fa-la-la-ing and Jingle Bells-ing, for croaking out, in other words, those oh-so-traditional Christmas carols.
But how far back do these carols – and the tradition of singing Christmas carols in general – actually go?
In some instances at least, not all that far, according to a story on Britain’s Telegraph.co.uk Web site.
Read more: O come all ye tone-deaf – if only once a year (Telegraph)
And while you’re reading, be sure to have yourself a very merry Christmas!