Which of the following comments and statements on well-known Christmas carols contains at least one outright error?
The tune almost always used for Hark, the herald-angels sing was originally written by Mendelssohn to help celebrate a major anniversary of the introduction of letterpress printing to Europe
Silent Night was first written as Stille Nacht, to be sung without keyboard accompaniment at the Tyrolean village church of Oberndorf in Bavaria in 1818, since the organ had been silenced a few days prior to the carol service by hungry mice gnawing away crucial parts in the bellows and reservoirs during an exceptionally bitter winter
O come, all ye faithful ~ that archetypical four-square seasonal song adapted from the ancient Latin ~ has irregular-metred line lengths and no rhyming lines at all (except in the repeats in the refrain, which hardly count as such)
The entire three verses of the standard (Kirkpatrick) lyrics to Away in a Manger do not include any letters which would individually score more than 7 points in a game of English Scrabble