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Jingle Bells.
Jingle Bells New Orleans style. Or, at least, a California kid's idea of New Orleans style.

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The First Noel
This song reminds me of a typewriter I used to have; it had no "L". Featuring Lenny P on sax and Yo Mama on cello.

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The Twelve Days of Christmas
For years, Uncle Dave has been unable to come up with an instrumental version of this song that wasn't incredibly boring. Until now.

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Good King Wenceslas
After a hard day of gathering winter fuel, Uncle Dave likes to pound out some barrelhouse blues on the old Steinway, accompanied by "Traps" the Christmas elf on drums and "Stretch" the bass-playing Christmas angel.

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We Wish You a Merry Christmas / Joy to the World
If Bach were alive today...he would be more than 300 years old.

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Up on the Housetop
Like you, I had always thought that the name of this song was "Up on the Rooftop". Apparently, we were wrong. Up-tempo bop.

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Ave Maria
If Schubert were alive today...this would probably kill him.

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The Holly and the Ivy
This song has become quite popular lately, but everyone does a huge, overblown arrangement for it. I've done a small, underblown setting for woodwinds and harp.

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O Tannenbaum
Berlin to Bavaria and back.

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O Holy Night
If Mozart were alive today...he'd be really upset about that "Amadeus" movie.

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Little Town of Bethlehem
You know, where they used to make all that steel. Mid-tempo Bop.

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Silent Night / Away in a Manger
An arrangement that just oozes niceness.

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We Three Kings
I found this music box lying in the street.
Really.

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Deck the Halls
With Bo's of Diddley and your Christmas will not fade away, Buddy. Or, I Want Candy Cane.

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Angels We Have Heard on High
Performed by Techno Prisoners.

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What Child Is This?
Musicologists speculate that this English hymn, better known as "Greensleeves", was probably introduced to the residents of the Ivory Coast of Africa by Christian missionaries in the early part of the 19th century. I made that up.

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Carol of the Bells / God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Salsa with "Cool Ranch" flavor.

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Jingle Bells
Try using "upsot" the next time you play Scrabble®.

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Auld Lang Syne
Peace and love version.

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