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LENINOGORSK OIL TECHNICAL SCHOOL presents
«Once in the Eve of the Christmas»
Long-long ago… Somewhere in Britain…
Traditional Christmas meal in the Meddle Ages: Wild-boar head Plum-porridge Eggnog Oatcakes
Later: Plum-pudding Christmas cake Mince pies Roast turkey Potato Cranberry sauce Brussel sprouts
“Come bring with a noise, My merry, merry boys, The Christmas log to the firing, While my good dame she, Bids you all be free, And drink to your heart’s desiring. —Robert Herrick.
Angels we have heard on high make our hearts feel clean and fine times’ve been changing so fast new things came to replace the past Wild boar’s head and hobbie-horse festivals and pantomimes all they’ve gone but the Christmas-tree has began a new mystery
“At Christmas play and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year.” —Thomas Tusser.
Mistle-toe’s still on the door man can kiss any girl below candle’s on a window-sill calls success and luck be hear
“For Christmas comes but once a year, And then they shall be merry.” —GeorgeWither.
FALK FESTIVALS WERE PROHIBITTED
In Scotland the abbot of Mock (мнимый аббат), chosen by the people, played tricks, was the leader of the gatherings Why were heathen funs forbidden Why was Henry the 8th so cruel I was the winner of competitions Now I feel and live rather poor We have no chance to have fun Men have no ways to compete Heavy period of the Church has began Festive gatherings were manteleted.
Henry VIII prohibited falk festivals
In some areas baking of the Christmas bread was forbidden
They said in old mythic that gnomes lived close to people
I was like sparkling sky sunrise in people’s eyes Child of light shining star fire in people hearts I was a soul of holidays now I’m a needless frick That is the strange fortune’s trick
A STAR AT THE TOP IS PUT ON THE OCCATION OF THE BIRTH OF THE CHRIST
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert first put the Christmas-tree in 1841.
I came from Norwegian woods in the twentieth century I increase people’s mood I present mystery Every family invites me to be merry as a grig That is the luck fortune trick
Old and modern we are joined… We can’t part brass rags with each others…
“With the last year’s brand Light the new block, and For good success in its spending, On your psalteries play That sweet luck may Come while the log is a tending.” —Robert Herrick.
Christmas customs and traditions
The music used: “We Wish you a Merry Christmas” “Old Falk Dance” “Angles we have heard on high” “The snow” (by F. Kirkorov) “Let it snow” (by F. Sinatra) “October and April” (by “The Rasmus”) “Hallelujah ” (by “ The Beatles ” ) “I’m a Believer” (by “ Smashmouth ”) Texts written by Nikonova A.A.
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