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Here We Come A-Caroling: FHS Madrigals Perform in the Halls

The FHS Madrigals carol in the Halls of Franklin High School today, December 23, 2022. This is a long standing tradition at FHS and is something that students and staff look forward to each December.


Madrigals became popular during the Renaissance period in Europe, and are performed a cappella, with two to eight voices. This is why Madrigal became the surname of the family in Disney's Encanto.


Students sing traditional carols, which reflect this time period and wore period appropriate costumes to help complete the look. Songs such as "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel," which was originally translated and published as we know it today in 1851.


See the FHS Madigals perform below:

Have you spotted the FHS Madrigals? Share where you have seen them below!

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Malachi Mettle
Malachi Mettle
Jan 03, 2023

The harmonizing and conducting of the groups were really good to listen to.

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Michal Cima
Michal Cima
Jan 03, 2023

they started singing outside my class and it sounded like a professional choir, i was impressed

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Markus Sutphen
Markus Sutphen
Jan 03, 2023

Amazing singing!

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