December: A Month of Latin Holiday Songs!

Welcome to the 2013 edition of Latin Holiday Songs for the month of December. This started as a project back in 2006, and it continues to grow every year thanks to people's contributions and helpful suggestions. Below is the current part of the calendar. You can see the Complete Calendar for 2013 here. You can also add a Latin Holiday Song widget to your own blog or website!

What's new this year? I went through my own music files and found MP3 downloads from Amazon to link to, so there are two featured MP3 files for each day in the calendar now. I also have a Pinterest board!

December 29. The Latin holiday songs for today are: Tinnitus, Tinnitus, a Latin version of "Jingle Bells," along with Christe, Redemptor Omnium and also O praesepe vile, a Latin version of the Polish carol, "Ach, ubogi żłobie." Latin MP3s: Christe Redemptor Omnium and Veni, Redemptor Gentium.

December 30. The Latin holiday songs for today are: Frigus vir nivis, a Latin version of "Frosty the Snowman," along with In Dulci Iubilo. Latin MP3s: Dormi Jeus and Laudate Pueri.

December 31. The Latin holiday songs for today are: Auld Lang Syne, a Latin version of the Robert Burns song, along with In hoc anni circulo. Latin MP3s: Annus Novus in Gaudio and In Hoc Anni Circulo.

See the Complete Calendar.