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Adeste Fideles (traditional)

"The Latin version of this carol, ‘Adeste Fideles’, was written by John Francis Wade (1711-86), who fled England after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion to teach music in the school for British Roman Catholic exiles in Douai in France.

"It was first published in 1760, and it has been suggested that it might have incidentally served as a coded rallying cry for the Stewart cause. The English translation was made by Frederick Oakley and William Brooke in 1841."
www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/3674120/The-story-behind-the-carol-O-come-all-ye-faithful.html

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Though improv is my favorite way to make music, I enjoy creating and listening to music. All sorts.

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