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Joy to the World- String Heaven 4

by Kings Chamber Orchestra

The very best of The Kings Chamber Orchestra Christmas material. This album gives fresh arrangements to traditional Christmas favorites and improvisation to carols that a give fresh worship experience. An instant classic!
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ding Dong Merrily On High
2:06 album only
2. Joy to the World
2:19 album only
3. O Little Town
2:05 album only
4. O Come All Ye Faithful
3:02 album only
5. O Little Town of Bethlehem
3:25 album only
6. Away in a Manger
5:38 album only
7. In the Bleak Midwinter
4:46 album only
8. Pastoral
3:31 album only
9. Silent Night
6:40 album only
10. Isn't He Beautiful
5:10 album only
11. Welcome to Our World
4:12 album only
12. The Little Drummer Boy
3:40 album only
13. We Three Kings
5:10 album only
14. O Holy Night
5:32 album only
15. Waltz of the Flowers
3:08 album only


Album Notes
I am enormously pleased to have completed this album for release in 2012. It represents our very best Christmas material, with a few tracks from our previous Christmas album and many new ones recorded this year. During our many Winter Tours we have loved including Christmas carols, putting more of them into the programme as we move towards Christmas. Some carols lend themselves to improvisational worship such as "Silent Night", but for the most part we have taken traditional favourites and made them the subject of fresh arrangements. In some arrangements we have hidden delightful musical symbols of Christmas. For example, arranged into "Joy to The World" are many themes of Handel's "Messiah".

As we reflect on the Christmas story with its light, laughter, depth, awe and ultimately peace, we invite all our listeners to join with us to reclaim Christmas as the season of the Prince of Peace. For many it could mean doing less and being more. For all of us it should mean letting go of the things that cause us to miss out on God's presence in this busy time of year. We share in this challenge and hope that our music will help you encounter the joy and wonder of the Prince of Peace in the loveliest of seasons.

"God bless us, one and all."

Gerard Le Feuvre and Kings Chamber Orchestra



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