Welcome to our “Christmas Music” trivia template! Do you think you know all there is to know about Christmas music? Well, let's find out together! Here you will find a series of questions testing your knowledge of the genre. From classic carols to modern hits and everything in between, this template is sure to put your knowledge of Christmas music to the test. So, what are you waiting for? Start off with a bang and show us what you know about the festive tunes!
1) Who composed "Coventry Carol”?
2) In "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)", what kind of nut is roasting?
3) What is the name of the first song in Mariah Carey's 1994 album "Merry Christmas"?
4) What is the opening line of Bing Crosby’s version of “White Christmas”?
5) In the song, “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town”, what does Santa Claus check twice?
6) What was the name of the album released by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra in 1996?
7) What year did Run-D.M.C. release their classic Christmas song "Christmas In Hollis"?
8) What is the name of the Christmas song by Wham! released in 1984?
9) Who wrote the classic Christmas song, "Winter Wonderland"?
10) Name the Christmas song in which the lyrics are "Oh the weather outside is frightful"?
11) What is the name of the Christmas song by John Lennon released in 1971?
12) In what year was the popular Christmas song “Feliz Navidad” first released?
13) Who composed the Christmas carol "O Holy Night"?
14) What is the title of the Christmas song released by Luther Vandross in 1994?
15) Who wrote the classic song "Holly Jolly Christmas"?
16) What is the title of the Christmas song by the Beach Boys released in 1964?
17) In what year was the Christmas song "Do They Know It's Christmas" released?
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