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Spanish Christmas Carols (Villancicos)

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Spanish Christmas Carols (Villancicos)

Post  Guest on Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:26 am

Here are some of the most famous Spanish Christmas Carols (It goes without saying that all are very religious themes.)

¡Feliz Navidad!


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Re: Spanish Christmas Carols (Villancicos)

Post  Elisa on Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:40 pm

Thanks so much for those songs, Rasha. Just the other day I was thinking that I don’t know any Spanish Christmas carols. I remember when I was little I had a 45 record with 2 songs on it, El Rey Negro and I couldn’t remember the other song. Your link sounded like the second song and now I remember it. Navidad Para Todos. I couldn’t find any links to the carols because this was back in the 1960’s and 1970’s. But I did find a link to the little group who sang them and it brought back so many memories tonight.

When I was 6, 10 and 14, I spent those 3 summers in Spain. (My father is Basque and came to the US when he was 19 and my mother’s parents are from Galicia.) My cousins and I would watch this little one minute cartoon every night at 9 PM that would signal to all the little children in Spain that it was bedtime. They ate dinner later in Spain and the rest of Europe because they had the big meal of the day at 1 or 2 PM and everything closed down for a couple hours. Even the big department store, El Corte Ingles. Then at 5 or so we’d have a snack called la Merienda.

I hadn’t seen it in years, but never forgot it.

Feliz Navidad, Rasha, y deseo que Dios le bendiga en el ano nuevo. (Sorry I don’t know how to work my ene (~) key.) Plus my Spanish is at a 12 year old’s level. So I wouldn’t be able to discuss theology well in your Spanish forum. But I could read it if you ever get someone on there and maybe make a couple comments.

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