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Share your own recording of your favourite carol with us!
Whether you're a solo performer, a family band, a school choir, a singing group, a community choral society - simply upload your recording below for other people to enjoy. And tell us a little bit about yourself too!
Your Christmas Songs:
From Holly Strauss in Christchurch
La Nova Singers in Christchurch have been singing together for almost 10 years, and this arrangement by Jay Althouse has become one of the most popular pieces in their Christmas repertoire.
Still a Bach Christmas by La Nova Singers
From Alison Taylor in Solihull
The St. Alphege C.E. Junior School Choir SongSquad was set up four years ago by music teacher Allison. Here they are singing one of their favourite songs - Somewhere in my Memory.
Somewhere in my Memory
From Louise Douglas in Guildford
Alton Convent Senior School Chamber Choir have a rather novel take on the Sussex Carol, composed by Bob Chilcott in 7/8 time.
Sussex Carol by Alton Convent Senior School Chamber Choir
From Len Hatchard in Christchurch
Highcliffe Junior Choir from Christchurch sang this at a recent Christmas Concert organised to raise funds for the Choir to compete at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod in July 2014.
Rocking Carol by Highcliffe Junior Choir
From Janet Swaby in Ilkeston
'Mary Did You Know' featured in the recent Advent Service at Saint John Houghton Catholic Academy in Ilkeston. This was recorded live.
Mary, Did You Know? at Saint John Houghton Catholic Academy
From the More Music Breakfast Show team
Those inventive young musicians from the Classic FM More Music Breakfast team - Tim Lihoreau, Phil Noyce and Al Cockburn - have had a go too and have given Silent Night the Arvo Part treatment. We present 'Stille im Stille':
From Steven Griffin in Edinburgh
Steven directs the Chamber Choir of George Watson's College in Edinburgh. He has sent us their 'Jolly Christmas Medley' that he arranged himself.
From John Greenall in St. Helens
John is a tenor with the Haydock Male Voice Choir and they regularly sing this jaunty version of Good King Wenceslas at their carol concerts each year.
From Sarah Coope in East Riding
Sarah is a GP and mother of two. She enjoys playing the piano to relax and is this year accompanying a trumpeter to provide the musical background for a Christmas dinner at St. Andrews Church in Kirkella, East Yorkshire.
From Robert Jackson in Reading
This is Infant Holy, Infant Lowly as sung by the Reading Phoenix Choir conducted by David Crown.
From Jill Knight in Potters Bar
Jill is the Director of Potters Bar Community Choir, Hertfordshire which will be celebrating its 10th anniversary next year. Here they are singing an arrangement of 'Ding Dong merrily on high' by Peter Hunt in preparation for a community carol service with the local schools and churches.
From Juliette Holtom in Worcester
Juliette is a member of the Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir and this track comes from their new CD, The Guest, featuring the music of Birmingham-born Australian composer Paul Paviour:
From Andrew Cleary in Redhill
Andrew has sent us 'Carol of the Bells' sung at the end of term community Carol Service by Schola Cantorum, the Chamber Choir of Christ's Hospital School, Horsham:
From Will Todd in Guildford
This track was recorded with St. Martin in the Fields and the Brandenburg Festival Chorus. "Lovely people to work with," says Will:
From Laura Simpson in Newport
Laura is a singer of gospel and country gospel music as well as other genres. This is a recording made by her brother, Wesley:
Silent Night by Laura Simpson
From John Gleadall in Portsmouth
John is a retired music teacher who says he "wants to share a lifetime's worth of songs for children.":
Christmas by John Gleadall
From Jackie Spencer in Canterbury
This is a recording of a live performance at Westminster Cathedral sung by the senior chamber choir Sedecim from Kent College Canterbury. They were the runners up in the Barnardo's National Choir of the Year Competition 2013. The singers are aged between 13-18 years. "We love singing this beautiful piece!" says Jackie.:
From Gabi Nicholson-Dunbar in Newport
DOLCE, a girls harmony group all aged 16 years and under have been together for just over 2 years and are all friends who love to sing together. They've worked with Vangelis and Bryn Terfel. Not bad!
Silent Night by DOLCE