Carol, England (U.K.)
“The Holly and the Ivy” is a traditional British Christmas carol that makes reference to two plants. These plants have been a standard of British Christmas decoration for church use since the 15th and 16th century. The version which is now popular was collected in 1909 by the English folk song collector Cecil Sharp from a woman named Mary Clayton.
On this page you can find Notes and Activities for the song, and a Printable PDF with Sheet Music for free Download. Also see the Guitar Chords and Tabs to help you play the song, as well as a Piano Tutorial Video.
Easy Piano Tutorial Video
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Sheet music with chords
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Free Printable PDF with Music sheet and Lyrics
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Guitar Chords and Tabs
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Free Printable PDF with Guitar Chords
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