In most churches, bells are used for Christmas decorations. Traditionally most churches had bells that would alert people nearby about some important event.
In the early period, people became accustomed to the bells and thought that they could use the bells to scare away evil spirits. Bells are a simple form of making noise.
Christmas Songs With Bells In The Title
Bells: From the third, bells are being rung to announce the arrival of the Christmas season. They may symbolize the announcement of the birth of Christ when the angels in heaven praised God and proclaimed, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, peace unto the Assumption.”
Every festival has its own way of ruling. Christmas is a festival of fun and trick-or-treat. The party is incomplete without your songs and the songs should also be such that they add charm to the party.
Best Traditional Christmas Song
Here’s the full list of the best traditional Christmas song soundtracks that mention bells:
- Silver Bells
Singer: Bing Crosby and Carol Richards
Movie: The Lemon Drop Kid
Release Year: 1950 (song), 1951 (movie)
Other Notable Versions:
- Kate Smith (1966)
- The Judds (1987)
- Terry Wogan and Aled Jones (2009, reached No. 27 in the UK)
- Jingle Bells
First Recorded Performance: 1889 on an Edison cylinder
Published Year: 1857 (as “The One Horse Open Sleigh”)
Composer: James Lord Pierpont
“Jingle Bells” is one of the most well-known American songs worldwide and was originally titled “The One Horse Open Sleigh”. It became associated with Christmas music in the 1860s and 1870s.
Here are some traditional Christmas songs that mention bells in their titles:
- “Jingle Bell Rock”
- “Carol of the Bells”
- “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”
- “Sleigh Ride” (mentions sleigh bells jingling)
- “Ding Dong Merrily on High”
May this season find you among those you love, sharing in the twin glories of generosity and gratitude.
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! 🎅🎄
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Source: SANDRA MERVILLE HART