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Every year, as soon as the snow starts to fall, Christmas music starts to play everywhere. There is sound coming from the radio, the television, and practically everywhere else. Many of these songs have been around for a very long time. Test your knowledge of Christmas music by taking this quiz!

Can you identify this well-known carol that describes a baby “so tender and mild” and the stillness of a winter night?

Silent Night

Children, Go Where I Send Thee

Adam Lay Bounden

Go Tell It on the Mountain

Silent Night
“Silent Night” has been a holiday favorite worldwide since its humble beginnings in an Austrian village. On December 24, 1818, it was first performed in Oberndorf’s parish church of St. Nicholas.

Welsh composers are responsible for this well-known carol, which discusses festivity and ornamentation. Can you identify it?

Bethlehem Down

Deck the Halls, or Deck the Hall

Masters in This Hall

A Christmas Carol

Deck the Halls, or Deck the Hall
The songs we now refer to as Christmas carols were originally dances. The Welsh New Year’s song “Nos Galan,” from which “Deck the Halls,” or “Deck the Hall,” was adapted, is based.

Can you name the traditional and timeless English carol that tells the story of angels saying: “certain poor shepherds…keeping their sheep” of a blessed baby’s birth?

A Great and Mighty Wonder

Ding Dong Merrily on High

The First Noel

Candlelight Carol

The First Noel
The shepherds’ adoration and the divine Annunciation to the helpless shepherds are nativity stories.

Can you identify the old song that implores the listener to “let nothing you dismay”?

Candlelight Carol

The Cherry-Tree Carol

A Great and Mighty Wonder

God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen

God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
“God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen,” which dates to the 16th century or even earlier, was mentioned by Charles Dickens in his groundbreaking novella “A Christmas Carol” in 1843.

Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne Baker wrote the song’s original lyrics in 1962. What song wasn’t originally recorded by Bing Crosby but became one of his most well-known recordings?

Christmas, Baby Please Come Home

Last Christmas

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Winter Wonderland

Do You Hear What I Hear?
Gloria Shayne Baker and Noel Regney first wrote “Do You Hear What I Hear?” in 1962. The song was first performed by Harry Simeone Chorale that same year, but Bing Crosby turned it into a global hit the following year.

This joyful carol elaborates on the experience of being drawn through a snowy surrounding by a powerful, devoted horse. What is it called?

Jingle Bells

Boar’s Head Carol

Coventry Carol

Ding Dong Merrily on High

Jingle Bells
“Jingle Bells” was originally composed for the American Thanksgiving holiday, but it quickly became popular and is now a classic Christmas song.

This holiday song tells the tale of a misfit who is asked to steer Santa’s sleigh on Christmas Eve. Know what it is?

Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

It Must Have Been the Mistletoe

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
In 1949, Gene Autry released “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” which spent Christmas week at the top of the American charts.

This famous early 19th-century carol is a staple in Britain and has also gained popularity in America. It honors two evergreen plants that bring color and hope to the bleakest winter months. What is it called?

Star of the East

There Is No Rose

The Holly and the Ivy

Jesus Christ the Apple Tree

The Holly and the Ivy
The first line of this melody, “The holly and the ivy / When they are both full grown,” was printed anonymously in several broadsides at least as early as 1814.

This reverent-sounding carol tells the story of a miraculous birth on a starry night under the stars, leading to humanity’s eventual redemption. What is it called?

Angels from the Realms of Glory

Bethlehem Down

Boar’s Head Carol

O Holy Night

O Holy Night
The French poem “Minuit, chrétiens” (Midnight, Christians), written by Placide Cappeau, a poet and wine merchant in the 19th century, served as the basis for Adolphe Adam’s music in the carol “O Holy Night.”

The recording by Perry Como in 1951 gave this song, initially written by Meredith Willson, its first hit status. What is the title of this song?

Do You Hear What I Hear

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

One More Sleep

O Holy Night

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
Meredith Willson was the author of the song’s original draft, and Perry Como provided the song’s first successful recording in 1951. It’s Beginning to Look Like Christmas was the song’s original title.

Which words are missing from this traditional Christmas song: “Sleigh bells ring, are you ______.  ?” In the lane, snow is ______.”?

listening, glistening

dreaming, gleaming

razzling, dazzling

ready, heavy

listening, glistening
“Sleigh bells ring, are you listening. In the lane, snow is glistening.” this is the full magical line to “Winter Wonderland.”

Which well-known song begins, “He sees you when you’re sleeping. He knows if you’re awake.”?

Santa Baby

Holly Jolly Christmas

Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town

Happy Christmas

Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
Santa Claus “knows if you’ve been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake,” according to “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town.”

Irving Berlin wrote this Christmas song about an old-fashioned holiday in 1942, and Bing Crosby recorded it, which became the world’s best-selling single. Can you identify it?

Jingle Bells

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

All I Really Want for Christmas

White Christmas

White Christmas
Despite the modern flash imposed on Christmas, “White Christmas” has a timeless appeal because it touches on what appears to be a general longing for a classic, simple holiday season.

This carol describes a series of increasingly glamorous and impressive gifts over the days leading up to the Epiphany. Can you recognize it?

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

Wexford Carol

The Twelve Days of Christmas

Once in David’s Royal City

The Twelve Days of Christmas
“The Twelve Days of Christmas” was first published as a chant or rhyme in England in 1780, with no music. It was most likely invented in France.

This well-known carol with a repeating four-note motif, known as an ostinato, has been recorded in various styles, ranging from pop to jazz to metal. Can you guess what it is?

Past Three O’Clock

Carol of the Bells

Mary, Did You Know?

The Rocking Carol

Carol of the Bells
Early in the 20th century, the lyrics and music for “Carol of the Bells” were composed. In addition to being a favorite among choir directors, it has been used in movies and television shows to advertise champagne and create a festive atmosphere.

Can you recognize the happy carol in which the singers wish others “figgy pudding” while also bringing them “good tidings”?

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Christmas Carols by the Old Corral

Coventry Carol

Christmas Time Is Here

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
A traditional carol from England’s West Country is alleged to be “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” Its precise ancestry is unknown, though.

What is the song’s name about a snow creation written initially by Steve Edward Nelson and Walter “Jack” Rollins and recorded by Gene Autry?

Christmas Wrapping

Frosty Snowy

Winter Wonderland

Frosty the Snowman

Frosty the Snowman
The song “Frosty the Snowman” was written by Steve Edward Nelson and Walter “Jack” Rollins, and Gene Autry recorded it for the first time in 1950. In 1969, Frosty the Snowman, a television movie, was created due to the song.

Can you name the well-known Christmas song with the lyrics, “the hopes and fears of all the years”?

O Little Town of Bethlehem

Ring Little Bell

Now to Conclude Our Christmas Mirth

The Angel Said to Joseph Mild

O Little Town of Bethlehem
The English hymn “Forest Green,” adapted by Ralph Vaughn Williams, an English composer and song collector, is sometimes sung along with “O Little Town of Bethlehem.”

This lovely carol’s English lyrics describe the ecstatic celebration and announcement of the birth of an exceptional baby by angels to humanity. What is it called?

Mother Mary

See, Amid the Winter’s Snow

Angels We Have Heard on High

Love Came Down at Christmas

Angels We Have Heard on High
The English lyrics to “Angels We Have Heard on High” were written by Anglo-Irish Catholic priest James Chadwick, who also composed the music for the French song “Les Anges Dans Nos Campagnes.”

Which song was written and performed by Josef Mohr and Franz Gruber in 1818 in Austria because the church organ was not working correctly in time for Christmas?

Jingle Bells

O Come, All Ye Faithful

Silent Night

Sleigh Ride

Silent Night
In a town in Austria, Josef Mohr and Franz Gruber wrote the Christmas song “Silent Night” in 1818. Mohr had written a poem containing the song’s lyrics, and when he gifted it to Gruber, he put it to music. The song’s first performance was by the two because the church organ was too damaged to play Christmas music.

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