Seiffen Boys Choir:Still today, on each of the four Sundays of Advent, the boys' choirs in Seiffen and other Erzgebirge communities go from house to house carrying lanterns and illuminated stars wishing the inhabitants with their chorals and festive songs a blessed Christmas.
The style of the singer's clothing is from around 1535 as the area around Seiffen went over to Protestantism. Unlike the altar boys of Catholic priests, the clothing consists of a simple black overdress and a round brimmed hat.
Around 1935, Max Schanz from Seiffen created the "original choir scene" consisting of five choirboys each holding a book between both hands, one choirboy holding a star, three narrow, gable-roofed houses. One of them having a ridged turret tower representing a church and two trees made of wood shavings.
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