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Advent Calendar 13. Game

Myrdin

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Adeste Fideles - In english known as O Come All Ye Faithful (joyful and triumphant, o come ye o come ye to Bethlehem. Come and behold him born the king of angels // o come let us adore him//3times/ Chirst the Lord - Yep - have sung that one! :D )
 

Alice Kingsleigh

Well-Known Member
Adeste fideles (in French : « Accourez, fidèles... » ) is a traditional Christian hymn in Latin sung during Christmas time and which dates back to the 18th century. Its attribution is debated but the music and the words seem due to the Englishman John Francis Wade (born in 1710 or 1711 and died in 1786), copyist and teacher of Catholic music, Jacobite exiled in Douai in the north of France; at least the oldest manuscripts dating from 1750/1751 are in his hand and signed by him but the composition would perhaps go back to the years 1743/1745
 
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