Blog‎ > ‎(Archive)‎ > ‎

2012-12-09 Harbury Christmas Market

posted 3 Dec 2012, 02:50 by Harbury Webmaster   [ updated 24 Jun 2014, 06:04 ]

Harbury Village Hall

Sunday 9 December

Harbury Pre-School are having a Christmas Market fundraiser with various events and entertainments, one of which is us.

We are scheduled to play between 11am and 12pm.

Harbury Village Hall
South Parade
Harbury
CV33 9JE

Set List / Arrangements

Download the songsheets below.

Rudolf The Red Nosed Reindeer

  • Intro: Peter
  • Play through twice
  • Repeat last line "You'll go down in history!" at half speed

Jingle Bells

Make sure you have the HUG songsheet, not the TUSC one. Our version has a key change!

  • Intro: "[F] Oh what fun it [C] is to ride in a [G] one horse [G7] open [C] sleigh" strummed, not sung
  • Play as written: verse, chorus, verse, chorus, (key change) verse, repeat last line at half speed

Bring Me Sunshine

  • Verses 1,2,1
  • Repeat last line (with [E7] to bring it round)

Silent Night

  • Intro: 1 verse, humming
  • Verses 1,2,3,1

Deck The Halls

  • Intro: "[Bb] Fa la la la [F] la, la la [C7] la [F] la." strummed, not sung
  • Repeat the "Fa la la" chords between verses, again not sung
  • Verses 1,2,3,1

Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head

Make sure you have the latest HUG songsheet, with annotations for the intro, outro and fiddly bit at the end of the chorus

  • Intro: [C] [G] [F] [G]
  • Verses 1,2, Chorus, Verse 3, Chorus, Verse 3
  • The [G7] at the end of the chorus holds for 2 bars
  • Outro: "Nothin's [Dm] worryin' me [C] [G] [F] [G]   [C] [G] [F] [G]   [C]"

Calypso Carol

New!

Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life

  • Verse 1 solo (Craig?) at a tempo of his choosing
  • Pick up the speed for the first chorus
  • Straight through, as written, including key change
  • Repeat last chorus (in [A]) to fade.

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Make sure you have the latest HUG songsheet in [F] with a [G7] in the first line of the chorus
  • Intro: Magnus, 1 verse
  • V1,2,3,1
  • Strum "We [F] wish you a merry [C] christmas and a [Bb] happy new [F] year" between verses
  • Slow on last "Happy new year"

...plus any others we could do to fill the time.