Christmas music comprises a variety of genres of music normally performed or heard around the Christmas season, which tends to begin in the months leading up the actual holiday and end in the weeks shortly thereafter.
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... CKLH begins playing Christmas music beginning in third week of November up until Boxing Day, as the station is usually the first in Canada on most years to go all-Christmas ... Catharines (also with an adult contemporary format using the EZ Rock brand) plays Christmas music a week later ... CKLH-FM switched to Christmas music earlier than most Canadian stations on November 12, 2011 ...
... multiple channels to different genres of Christmas music during the holiday season ... Numerous Internet radio services also offer Christmas music channels, some of them available year-round ... Citadel Media produced The Christmas Channel, a syndicated 24-hour radio network, during the holiday season in past years (though in 2010, Citadel has indicated it ...
... for many AC stations, particularly soft AC stations, to play primarily or exclusively Christmas music during the Christmas season in November and December ... These Christmas music marathons typically start during the week before Thanksgiving Day and end after Christmas Day, or sometimes extending to New Year's Day ... Afterwards, the stations usually resume their normal music fare ...
... If Christ were born in London 1984 A Christmas Litany (Fred Kaan) 1985 A Christmas Song (Laurence Housman) 1991 Angelus ad Virginem 1999 As with gladness 2002 Alleluia A new work is come on hand ...
... April 9, 2008, the station began broadcasting Christmas music and running station IDs calling itself "Santa FM - Saskatoon's #1 Christmas music station" in a stunt format leading ... after playing "Low" by Flo Rida (which was also the first song on "Wired"), it began stunting with Christmas music again, and also using the previous "9 ...
Famous quotes containing the words music and/or christmas:
“If this be love, to clothe me with dark thoughts,
Haunting untrodden paths to wail apart;
My pleasures horror, music tragic notes,
Tears in mine eyes and sorrow at my heart.
If this be love, to live a living death,
Then do I love and draw this weary breath.”
—Samuel Daniel (15621619)
“I saw three ships come sailing by,
Come sailing by, come sailing by,
I saw three ships come sailing by,
On Christmas Day in the morning.”
—Unknown. As I Sat on a Sunny Bank. . .
Oxford Book of Light Verse, The. W. H. Auden, ed. (1938)