Laura Gibbs of Bestiaria Latina has rounded up a month’s worth of Latin Christmas carols (and two Hanukkah songs, too!). I’m not just talking about “real” Latin hymns like “Adeste fideles,” “Gaudete,” “Hodie Christus natus est,” etc. She has also compiled Latin versions to more modern carols and holiday songs such as “Deck the Halls” (Aquifolia Ornate), “Silent Night” (Silens nox), and even “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer” (Avia Renone Calcabatur).
Carmina Nativitatis in Lingua Latina!
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