Yet More Christmas CD An advert I am afraid!

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Yet More Christmas CD An advert I am afraid!

Postby busy mole » Sat Dec 09, 2006 2:44 pm

Apologies to mads for duplication I have put this on the Buy and Sell bu as Tamsin ahs done thought this might also fit here

ot sure if this is the right place or concidered acceptable but we have put together a range of Christmas CDs that we thought people might be interested in. As we don always have this range all the time.

Also have Medieval carols =On the Road to Belthelhem Naxos £5.99 and an English Country Christ mas Traditional Enclish Christmas songs £7.99 less 10% to forum members

Also have a couple of an English county christmas
They range from medieval through to relitivley modern I have listed them below and put links to the page they are on, on our website afraid we don't have a separte christmas page at least not this year.
I can offer 10% discount to forum members on all CD up to Christmas if they buy 3 or more CDs can't do more I am afraid because of postage which is included in the cost.

They are moving quite quickly so if you are interested let us know ASAP.

http://www.busymolemusic.co.uk/tudor.htm

Songs at Christmas, Quodlibet
Christmas Musicke ~ The York Waits

Yule Riding - The York Waits

A Tudor Christmas

Hey For Christmas - Oxford Waits and the Melstock Band only one left! Sold out

http://www.busymolemusic.co.uk/new.htm

Gabriel's Message Mediva

http://www.busymolemusic.co.uk/traditional.htm

CHRISTMAS CAROLS FROM TEWKESBURY ABBEY Andrew Sackett

If you are interested give us a call or drop a PM or E-Mail

Thanks
Busy Mole
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