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A Rose for Christmas

by The Irish Roses

Traditional hymns and songs sung with lovely harmonies and instrumentation.
Genre: Holiday: Spiritual
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  Song Share Time Download
1. O Come O Come Emmanuel
2:13 album only
2. Christ Child's Lullaby
4:04 album only
3. Silent Night
3:29 album only
4. Carol of the Bells
1:38 album only
5. Lo How A Rose
1:37 album only
6. We Three Kings
2:20 album only
7. Sill A Bach Lullaby
2:44 album only
8. O Holy Night
5:48 album only
9. See Amid The Winter Snow
2:23 album only
10. What Child Is This?
2:29 album only
11. Carol of the Birds
2:43 album only
12. O Come All Ye Faithful
3:20 album only


Album Notes
Traditional Christmas hymns and contemporary songs sung with lovely harmonies and beautiful instrumentation. Includes such unusual pieces as Christ Child's Lullaby, Still A Bach Lullaby, Carol of the Birds (also known as Caroo, Caroo), and See Amid The Winter Snow. Here are a few excerpts from the liner notes:

"Still A Bach Lullaby is an ingenious arrangement that weds the traditional Austrian carol, Still, Still, Still with Bach’s/Charles Gounod's timeless classic, Ave Maria.

"The words for See Amid The Winter Snow were written by
Edward Caswall (1814-1878). The music was written by John Goss (1800-1880). Goss was an organist at St Paul's Cathedral and a Professor at the Royal Academy of Music. He received a knighthood in 1872.

"The Christ Child’s Lullaby is a carol from the Hebrides (the group of islands off the west coast of Scotland)."



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