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The first noel

COVERED BY ELVIS

The First Noel


recording date elvis: Sunday 16 may 1971;studio
first release: on audio album elvis sings the wonderful world of christmas ( october,1971 )
label: rca victor
catalog number: lsp 4579


originally by: Tally-Ho!

year: 1902
originally written by: Traditional
catalognumber: 6629
label: edison-bell



"The First Noel" is a seventeenth century Christmas carol, originating from the west of England, where it was originally titled, "The First Nowell" (note spelling), whose composer is unknown. The oldest printed copy of both music and text appeared in "Christmas Carols," by William Sandys in 1833. Tally-Ho! was a male vocal trio, whose members were Ernest Chester (tenor), William Doust (tenor), and Eric Farr (bass). Their recording of "The First Nowell" was made in London in 1902 for Edison-Bell (6629).


The First Nowell
performed by:
Tally-Ho !

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The First Noel
performed by:
Elvis Presley

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