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8 thoughts on “ Deck The Halls - The Starlite Choir* - Beautiful Christmas Carols- Vol 1 (Cassette, Album)

  1. The Christmas Song: – Robert Shaw Chorale* Medley () a – Carol Of The Bells: b – Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly: – Fred Waring And The Pennsylvanians* 'Twas The Night Before Christmas: – Elvis Presley: Here Comes Santa Claus: – The Beach Boys: Santa's Beard: – Charley Pride 4/5(7).
  2. May 30,  · This is a CD compilation of three vinyl LPs: Christmas Hymns & Carols, Vol. 1 (), Christmas Hymns & Carols, Vol. 2 (), and Rejoice in the Lamb (). It is available only from both The Musical Heritage Society and BMG Music.
  3. Paul R. Ladd, Jr.: A Choir Book for Christmas Adapt the core repertoire of the season to match your resources and available rehearsal time. Contains unison, 2/3 equal, 2/3/4 mixed voice, accompanied and a cappella arrangements of the classics - pick the version that suits your needs or create varied arrangements by choosing stanzas from various settings.
  4. Christmas Carols by the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. The #1 Christmas Album [Decca] Deck the Halls: The Joy of Christmas. Various Artists. Reader's Digest Music. Greatest Christmas Show on Earth.
  5. Dec 05,  · by Starlite Christmas Choir. Last Christmas by Starlite Christmas Choir. They do something similar with "Deck the Halls" and "Silent Night." It's different from anything else, and it works. Sandler and Young have the most beautiful voices and this is a good cd but if you are looking for some songs you remembered from the past, keep /5(6).
  6. Deck the Halls is a rousing song of celebration, good times and good cheer, without hint of the more sobering aspects of Christmas celebrations. Another Welsh folk song, "Ar Hyd Y Nos," is used as the melody for the Christmas carol All through the Night.
  7. Dec 17,  · Pistas A1a Jolly Old St. Nicholas A1b The Little Drummer Boy A2a O Holy Night A2b We Three Kings Of Orient Are A2c Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly A3 Ring Christmas .
  8. Absolutely gorgeous voices, beautiful arrangement, truly timeless rendition. Robert Shaw was famous a bit before my time, but I remember hearing of his stunning chorale groups. This is especially beautiful in a time when the hymns and carols of Christmas have been replaced by less inspiring songs/5().

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