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*{{NoCo|O Tannenbaum (secular)}}
 
*{{NoCo|We wish you a merry Christmas}}
 
*{{NoCo|I saw three ships come sailing in}}
 
*{{NoCo|Coventry Carol}}
 
*{{NoCo|The twelve days of Christmas}}
 
*{{NoCo|Good Christian men, rejoice}}
 
*{{NoCo|Here we come a-wassailing}}
 
*{{NoCo|While shepherds watched their flocks by night}}
 
*{{NoCo|Adeste fideles}}
 
*{{NoCo|What Child is this?}}
 
*{{NoCo|The first Nowell}}
 
*{{NoCo|Gabriel's message}}
 
*{{NoCo|Good King Wenceslas}}
 
*{{NoCo|God rest you merry, gentlemen}}
 
*{{NoCo|Ding Dong! Merrily on high}}
 
 
 
 
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Revision as of 17:26, 12 December 2017

Description

These scores are generally traditional folksongs or carols. Some of the arrangements may be public domain while others may be new arrangements that the arranger has listed on CPDL. For other scores by anonymous composers, you may wish to check the Anonymous page.

The following list is maintained by hand; Category:Traditional compositions lists all works with "Traditional" in the composer field. The contents of that category can also be seen divided chronologically at Traditional works by era.

View the Wikipedia article on Traditional.

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