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Musicroom's Record a Carol Christmas Competition

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WIN £100 OF SHEET MUSIC! ...in Musicroom's RECORD A CAROL Christmas Competition

We're giving away a £100 e-voucher this Christmas, for the most creative, crazy, or just plain funny recording of a Christmas Carol.

To enter the competition, email your songfile to update@news.musicroom.com with your name, address and phone details.

We will post any new entries in our competition forum, and you can give us your thoughts on any entries that are posted there. [link]

Thanks to talented Musicroom.com customer HANA MIYA for inspiring this competition with her hauntingly beautiful rendition of the classic Christmas Carol 'HARK! THE HERALD'. Sung with attitude (think Nico, or Pete Doherty if he was a girl...)


All competition entries should reach us no later than 20 December 2005. Winning entrants will be notified by email, and the prize will be in the form of a Musicroom.com e-voucher that will be awarded on 31 January 2006. By submitting a song you warrant that it is your own work, and does not infringe any applicable copyright laws.


ENDS

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