presence-250Well, our compilation CD doesn’t have the licenses for all songs to be sold via iTunes, CDBaby, ReverbNation, etc., so you’ll have to do this the old-fashioned way… and what a nice time to think less about instant gratification, and enjoy writing your cheque and popping it into the mailbox, with the anticipation of a new CD coming to you – or your friends and family – in the mail.

Please send payment of $15.00+$5.00 postage and handling (within Canada – all taxes are included) to:

East Coast Carolling
Phone: 902-448-4574 for more info and address.

And soon our Presence will be festively yours!

Just look at all the songs you’ll get to hear…

  • Jingle Bell Jig (part one) – The Fine Tuners from the album Ceilidh Christmas
    (written by James Pierpoint – public domain, arr. by Stephen MacNeil & Andrew Touesnard)
  • Deck the Halls (Welsh traditional – public domain)
  • Nearly Winter from “The Four Seasons of Nova Scotia” – Rhapsody Quintet
    from the album Passion (written by David Langstroth)
  • Once, As I Remember (words: George Radcliffe Woodward; music: Charles Wood – public domain; descant by John Lindsay-Botten)
  • Come, Buy My Nice Fresh Ivy – Cheryl Reid O’Hagan from The Darkest Midnight (words: John Keegan; music: Turlough O’Carolan – public domain)
  • Gabriel’s Message (Words: Basque carol, paraphrased by Sabine Baring-Gould; music: Basque carol – public domain; arranged and adapted by Joe Malloch and John Lindsay-Botten)
  • A Trace Amount of Snow – John Lindsay-Botten from A Labour of Love
    (written by John Lindsay-Botten)
  • The Huron Carole (words: Saint Jean de Brebeuf, translated by Edgar Middleton; music: old French – public domain; arranged by James M. King, adapted by John Lindsay-Botten)
  • Everywhere, Everywhere, Christmas Tonight
    (words: Phillips Brooks; music: Lewis Henry Redner – public domain)
  • Still, Still, Still – First United Church Choir, Truro, NS from Sing God Is Love
    (traditional Austrian carol – words: Lydia Pedersen; musical arrangement: Chris Bowman)
  • Palais Glace – Kurt von Hahn from the album Zotique (written by Kurt von Hahn)
  • Once In Royal David’s City (words: Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander; music: Henry John Gauntlett – public domain)
  • A Child This Day Is Born (words & music: traditional – public domain)
  • All Poor Men and Humble (words: Katharine Emily Roberts;
    music: Olwen – Welsh traditional)
  • No Room – Elizabeth Deveau from A Joyous Hallelujah
    (words: Elizabeth Deveau; music: Elizabeth Deveau)
  • Angels We Have Heard on High (traditional French, translated to English by James Chadwick – public domain)
  • Headstart – Muzicians Union (words & music: Don Coleman)
  • What Child Is This? (words: William Chatterton Dix; music: “Greensleeves”,
    English traditional – public domain)
  • Worthy – Anthony Burbidge from The Great Awakening
    (words & music: Anthony Burbidge)
  • As With Gladness Men of Old (words: William Chatterton Dix;
    music: Conrad Kocher – public domain)
  • Winter Wonderland – Frank Mackay from Christmas Is
    (words: Richard B. Smith; music: Felix Bernard – public domain)
  • Carol of the Bells (words & music: Peter J. Wilhousky, adapted from
    “Shchedryk” by Mykola Dmytrovich Leontovych – public domain)
  • Christmas Time (Show the World You Care) – Jon Mullane
    (music & lyrics: Jon Mullane and Thomas Gouthro)
  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas (English traditional – public domain)
  • Jingle Bell Jig (part two) – The Fine Tuners from the album Ceilidh Christmas
    (written by James Pierpoint – public domain, arr. by Stephen MacNeil & Andrew Touesnard)