Celtic and Renaissance festival Christmas music from the 2006 Holiday Special of the Renaissance Festival Podcast. Music from Porter and Stout, Coyote Run, Gypsy Guerrilla Band, Cheshire Singers, Kerridwynn, My Lady's Cutlass, Craig of Farrington, Malarky, Fugli, Maidens III, Brobdingnagian Bards, Diane Linn, Vince Conaway, Howl-O, The Limeybirds, Wolgemut, Heather Dale

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This week:

Porter & Stout, "Coventry Carol" from Christmas on the Cutlass

Coyote Run, "Somerset Wassail" from Tend the Fire

The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, "Cold Frosty Morning" from Ernie's Pot O'Gold

The Cheshire Singers, "Gaudete"

Kerridwynn, "Winter's Farewell" from Winter's Farewell

My Lady's Cutlass, "Raul's Reel AKA Christmas Reel (In G)" from We Be Pirates!

Craig of Farrington, "Gaia Song/Winter" from Blue Upon Blue

Malarky, "Ave Maria" from A Drink to All!

Fugli, "Fum Fum Fum" from Il Est Ne

Maidens III, "Snowbird" from Charm & Fire

Brobdingnagian Bards, "Little Drummer Boy" from Christmas in Brobdingnag, Vol. 1

Diane Linn, "Wintery Queen" from Janus

Vince Conaway, "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" from Hang the Holly

Howl-O, "The Holly and The Ivy" from Merry

The Limeybirds, "Landlord Fill the Flowing Bowl" from The Limeybirds Christmas Album

Wolgemut, "Polar Bear" from Momento

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Heather Dale, "Veni, Veni Emmanuel" from This Endris Night