Definition funny of Patapan:

urban1. A French Christmas carol. 2. David Archuleta song.

urbanDavid Archuleta sang "Pat-a-Pan" on his Christmas From The Heart tour.


Songs about Patapan:

songsGood Christian Men, Rejoice/Silent Night/Patapan/O Come, All Ye Faithful by Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra from the Album A Festival Of Carols

songsPat-A-Pan by Mr. Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band from the Album Cornet's For Christmas

songsSuite of Carols (version for woodwinds): VI. Patapan by BBC Concert Orchestra from the Album Anderson, L.: Sleigh Ride and Other Holiday Favourites

songsPat-A-Pan by David Archuleta from the Album Christmas From The Heart

songsPat-A-Pan/While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night (Medley) (2006 Digital Remaster) by Bing Crosby from the Album Bing Crosby - Christmas Classics

songsPat-a-Pan - 17th century Burgundian carol, attribu by Eileen Mager & Ellen Brown from the Album Christmas Treasures

songsPat-a-Pan by Kim Mitzo Thompson from the Album Christmas Is for Children


Books about Patapan:

booksPatapan by Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)

booksPatapan (Willie Take Your Drum) by Eugene Mitchell (Apr 25, 2013)

booksPat-A-Pan by Bernard de la Monnoye and Larry Minsky (Apr 25, 2013)

booksPat-A-Pan by Robert Schultz and Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)

booksPat-a-Pan (Faber Young Voices) by Gwyn Arch (Dec 1, 1998)

booksPat-A-Pan (Score & Parts) (Eighth Note Publications) by David Marlatt (Nov 1, 2008)



Wiki information Patapan:


"Patapan" is a French Christmas carol in Burgundian dialect, later adapted into English. It was written by Bernard de La Monnoye and first published in Noël bourguignons in 1720. Its original title is "Guillô, Pran Ton Tamborin". The carol revolves...

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