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Holly Christmas Song Translations from GreekHolly

  • Ayia Nihta (Holy Night). By Elena Paparizou and many others. A Greek version of the hymn "Silent Night".
  • Hristougena Xana (Christmas Again). By Elena Paparizou. A Greek version of "Ding Dong Merrily on High".
  • Hristougena (Christmas). By Despina Vandi.
  • New! Hronia Polla (For Many Years). By Sakis Rouvas. Placed online September 25, 2020.
  • Kala Hristougena (Merry Christmas). By Anna Vissi.
  • O Ay Vasilis Pali Tha 'rthei (Santa Claus Will Come). By Keti Garbi. Greek version of "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town."
  • Roudolf To Elafaki (Rudolph the Reindeer). Sung by Thanos Kalliris, and later by Keti Garbi. Greek version of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer".
  • Ton Hristouyenon Kabanes (The Christmas Bells). By Thanos Kalliris, and later by Keti Garbi. A Greek version of "Silver Bells".
  • New! Touli Gia To Hristouli (Veil for the Christ Child). By Keti Garbi. A Greek version of "Adeste Fideles" ("O Come All Ye Faithful"). Placed online September 16, 2020.

PHOTO CREDIT: Photo by Kara Lynn, taken at Ho Ho Ho Habibi Hafla, 2016.



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PHOTO CREDIT: Photo by Kara Lynn, taken at Ho Ho Ho Habibi Hafla, 2017.




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