Carol Indexes
Carols with a difference. Centuries old living tradition from communities in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

Index of first lines


A charge to keep I have →
All hail the power of Jesus' name (Diadem) →
Angels from the realms of glory →
Angels from the Realms of Glory (Realms of Glory) →
A song for the time when (the) sweet bells chime →
Awake and arise, and hail the blest morn →
At Jacob's well a Stranger sought (Jacob's Well, aka Knaresborough, though not necessarily locally to Sheffield) →
Awake, arise good Christians, let nothing you dismay →


Behold the grace appears (Back Lane) →
Believers assemble and come with songs to Bethlehem (Portugal) →
Bright and joyful is the morn →


Christians Awake, salute this happy morn →
Christians awake, unclose your eyes (Egypt) →
Come all ye weary travellers (Tinwood) →
Come let us all rejoice (New Celestial) →
Come, let us all rejoice to see this happy morn (Universal King) →


Glory to God, the angels sing (Mount Moriah) →
Goodnight ladies →


Hail! Hail! Hail happy morn, thrice happy we →
Hail smiling morn, smiling morn (Hail Smiling Morn) →
Hark, Hark! Hark, hark! What news those angels bring? (Hark, Hark, Hark, Hark) →
Hark, hark! What news those angels bring? (Good News, Hark, Hark!) →
Hark to the bells on Christmas Day →
Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes! (Prince of Orange) →
Hark the herald angels sing (also, Beautiful Zion, Little Bilberry) →
Hark the herald angels sing (Curly Hark) →


Joy to the world, the Lord is come (Joy to the World) →


Lullay, thou little tiny Child (Coventry Carol) →


Mortals awake, with angels join (Mount Zion) →


O blessed night! A star shines bright (Sweet Chiming Bells) →


Peace o'er the world, her olive branch extends (Peace o'er the World, The Bradda' Anthem) →


Remember the time when our Saviour was born →


Shepherds rejoice, lift up your eyes (Shepherds Rejoice) →
Sing all ye people of the earth today (Stannington) →
Sons of men, behold from 'far (Sons of Men) →


We singers make bold, as in days of old (Merry Christmas) →
We wish you a Merry Christmas →
When, marshalled on the nightly plain, →
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Amazing Grace, Belmont, Chant Number One) →
While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Cranbrook, Crimond, Liverpool, Lloyd, Pentonville, Song of the Angels, Old Glory) →
Who comes this way, so blithe and gay (The Christmas Tree) →