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8 thoughts on “ O Come All Ye Faithful - The Singer Orchestra - Favorite Christmas Songs From Singer (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Your Favorite Christmas Carols, Vol. 2 on Discogs.
  2. “O Come, All Ye Faithful” (original title “Adeste Fideles”) is a traditional Christmas carol dating back to the early 17th century. The carol was originally written in Latin.
  3. Nov 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - O Come, All Ye Faithful - Instrumental Christmas Music | Trumpet, Violin & Orchestra YouTube O Come, All Ye Faithful - Snowing (Venid, fieles todos - Nevando) Church.
  4. STEREO VINYL LP! RECORD PRESSED IN ENGLAND! Renata Tebaldi: Christmas Festival! With the New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Anton Guadagono and the Ambrosian Singers! London Release! TRACKS: A1. Adeste Fidelis "O Come, All Ye Faithful" (John Francis Wade); A2. Ave Maria (Charles Gounod); A3. Wiegenlied: Wiegenlied (Johannes Brahms); A/5(10).
  5. O Come, All Ye Faithful. The Twelfth Night Song. Away in a Manger. Carol of the Bells. The Animal Carol. The Twelve Days of Christmas. O Little Town of Bethlehem. Joy to the World. Lullay My Liking. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen. Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly. Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine. Once in Royal David's City. Silent Night, Holy Night.
  6. Oh Come, All Ye Faithful is one of the most recognizable Christmas carols in the world. Set in its original Latin text at the start of the piece, Miller further augments the annual holiday favorite with brand new lyrics, giving the song a celebratory and modern flavor!
  7. The music world's prime disco big band during the late '70s, the Salsoul Orchestra recorded several of the tightest, chunkiest disco themes of the s, both on its own productions and as the backing group for several prime vocalists. Organized by Vincent Montana, Jr. in , the band was an experiment in fusing funk, Philly soul, and Latin music together in a highly danceable discofied.
  8. O Come All Ye Faithful. Kings College Choir. Great choir, inspiring performances of traditional Christmas music, but ruined in sections by microphone placement and artifacts of the recording process. Perhaps the microphones were placed too far away. Perhaps they were too sensitive and affected by the passage of circulating air/5(93).

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