The answers are at the bottom of the post, but try all 5 first.
So here we go (NB - embedded Soundcloud players may take a few seconds to load: please be patient!):
Number 1 - we'll start with an easy one.
Number 4 - probably the most obscure, so I'll give you a couple more notes.
Number 5 - to make this a little different, I've the start of the introduction, not the sung part:
I've taken these snippets from a sort of karaoke carol CD - if you have a secret passion for singing along to carols but prefer to do it without a snooty Oxbridge choir in the background, it's worth taking a look here: www.hymncds.com/christmas.html
So, the answers.
Don't peek if you haven't had a go.
Go back and try.
But if you really want to know....
Here they are:
- Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
- God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (lose half a mark if you didn't mentally insert the comma)
- Once in Royal David's City
- As with Gladness Men of Old
- The First Nowell
The organ's played by the excellent John Keys - in case you'd like to hear him in full flow, here's something a bit more impressive taken from this album: