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Yo-Yo Ma and The Wexford Carol Featuring Alison Krauss in Camelot

The   Wexford Carol

Whilst the leaf doth fall and the flowers do fade, our hertes are winter bound.   The wind’s soft song drifted across the land as the Knights didst gather in a castle’s warmest room.

Queen Guinevere entered with gown from the finest wool and locks of raven.    She held a special gift of delight for her dear Knights.

She spoke these words:   “Lay thy swords adown and cast thy coats of winter to the side.   I bid your hertes to warm by the melodious fire.    Let thy thoughts roll to a place divine.    Solitude be gone.   You are one and all.   With thine ears  listen.

We hold out gratitude to Yo-Yo Ma and Alison Krauss who didst sing “The Wexford Carol”.

With thankful herte and joyful mind,

Lady Sharon and Queen Guinevere and all the Knights of Camelot

Notes for Thee:

The Wexford Carol (Irish: Carúl Loch Garman) is a traditional religious Irish Christmas carol also known as “The Enniscorthy Carol”. The lyrics date back to the 12th century. The song is sometimes known as “Good people all this Christmas time.” The song is about the nativity of Jesus Christ.

“The Wexford Carol” features Alison Krauss with Yo-Yo Ma. This song is on Yo-Yo Ma’s album “SONGS OF JOY & PEACE”, that celebrates the universal hopes, dreams and joy animating seasonal festivals the world over – Christmas, Hanukkah, Eid al-Adha, Kwanzaa, Yule and New Year’s Day.


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4 Responses to “Yo-Yo Ma and The Wexford Carol Featuring Alison Krauss in Camelot”

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  3. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Forexstrat_egy,

    It is a pleasure to meet thee. 🙂

    Fare thee well,

    Lady Sharon

  4. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Neagebrandy,

    I thank thee for thy kind wordes. May peace be with thee always.

    Lady Sharon
    Scribe of Camelot