Fifty Christmas Carols for All Harps

Each Arranged for Beginning and Advanced Harpers

Author: Sylvia Woods

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

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Category: Music

Page: 96

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For beginning and advanced harpists. Each is arranged in an easy version and a more difficult version. Each carol also contains lyrics and chord indications for harpists or other instrumentalists. The two arrangements can also be played as a duet. Songs include: Angels We Have Heard on High * The Boar's Head Carol * Coventry Carol * Deck the Hall * The First Noel * God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen * Hark! the Herald Angels Sing * I Saw Three Ships * Jingle Bells * Joy to the World * O Holy Night * Silent Night * The Twelve Days of Christmas * Up on the Housetop * We Wish You a Merry Christmas * and more.

A Christmas Carol

Author: Charles Dickens

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Christmas stories

Page: 100

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Everyone is familiar with this classic Christmas story. Ebenezer Scrooge is a miserly, unpleasant man who despises Christmas and overworks his clerk Bob Cratchit. As he prepares for another Christmas Eve without celebration, Scrooge is greeted by his dead business partner, Jacob Marley who warns him that his greed will not go unpunished. At first, Scrooge doesn't heed Marley's warning, but soon he is visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Christmas Yet to Come. He is made to face his cruel nature, and to consider whether he should change his ways. This is a free digital copy of a book that has been carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. To make this print edition available as an ebook, we have extracted the text using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology and submitted it to a review process to ensure its accuracy and legibility across different screen sizes and devices. Google is proud to partner with libraries to make this book available to readers everywhere.

A Christmas Carol

Author: Charles Dickens

Publisher: Prestwick House Inc

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Category: Fiction

Page: 86

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This Prestwick House Literary Touchstone Edition includes a glossary and reader?s notes to help the reader fully appreciate the beauty and humor of Dickens?s work.In his "Ghostly little book," Charles Dickens invents the modern concept of Christmas Spirit and offers one of the world?s most adapted and imitated stories. We know Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, not only as fictional characters, but also as icons of the true meaning of Christmas in a world still plagued with avarice and cynicism.

A Christmas Carol (Film Tie-in)

Author: Charles Dickens

Publisher: Penguin UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 144

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It is the twenty-fourth of December. Mean old Ebenezer Scrooge sits in his freezing cold office shouting 'Bah! Humbug!' at anyone who dares wish him a Merry Christmas. But that night the miser has a terrifying visitor. Marley, his dead business partner who must wander the earth for ever to pay for his sins, comes with a warning. Scrooge will be haunted by three more spirits. The ghosts of Christmas past, present and future arrive to show Scrooge the hardship he has caused. Is he doomed to the same fate as Marley? Or can he mend his ways and learn to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas?

The Christmas Books

A Christmas Carol, the Chimes, the Cricket On the Hearth

Author: Charles Dickens

Publisher: Penguin UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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Dickens’s story of solitary miser Ebenezer Scrooge, who is taught the true meaning of Christmas by a series of ghostly visitors, has proved one of his most well-loved works. Ever since it was published in 1843 it has had an enduring influence on the way we think about the traditions of Christmas. Dickens’s other Christmas writings collected here include ‘The Story of the Goblins who Stole a Sexton’, the short story from The Pickwick Papers on which A Christmas Carol was based; along with shorter pieces drawn from the ‘Christmas Stories’ that Dickens wrote annually for his weekly journals. In all of them Dickens celebrates the season as one of geniality, charity and remembrance.