8 A Middle Ages Christmas

From Christmas ’06: How was a Middle Ages Christmas different? For one thing, no one got an iPod. Find out how they celebrated way back when on this edition of the Christmas Stocking. MyChristmasStocking.net. Email: TopElf at MyChristmasStocking.NET.

Click here to download the show to your device.

Background music includes:

“What Child is This” by Stephen Bashaw. I found it at feelslikechristmas.com

“Jingle Bells” by The R&R Project (from GarageBand.com)

Featured songs:

“A Pirate’s 12 Days of Christmas” by Gastronomical Unit (from GarageBand.com)

3 Responses to “8 A Middle Ages Christmas”

  1. Tim at TKPN

    I have a local German radio show and we’ve put up a few German Christmas traditions on our website. Check out http://www.stimmungstunde.com/christmas/index.html

    And yes, that’s me with Bartholomew, Santa’s second favorite elf in the YouTube video.


  2. GastroMan

    Greetings, and Happy End of January from Pete of Gastronomical Unit.

    Thanks for the ‘cast of Pirate’s 12 Days… it’s fun to see this song get around the web and have a life of it’s own. I was impressed with the very thorough artist/song data… we appreciate you spreading the word.

    That’s a guitar in the song, which sounds oddly like an accordion, thanks to the help of high-tech midi synthesizer gear that I got off of ebay. 😎

    Pete / GastroMan

  3. Lee

    Pete, thanks for your note, and for the nice things you wrote. Everyone I know who’s heard the song thinks it’s hi-larious. So that’s a guitar? Really?


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