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Vocal Majority: Twelve Days Of Christmas

Song NameArranger
Winter WonderlandJim Clancy
Do You Hear What I Hear?Tom Merriman
Songs Of Christmas MedleyJim Clancy
Carol Of The BellsPeter Wilhousky
The Lights Of HanukkahJim Clancy
The Christmas SongPete Rupay
Jingle Bells / Sleigh RidePete Rupay
Twelve Days of ChristmasJim Clancy
Have Yourself A Merry Litle ChristmasJim Clancy
Little Drummer BoyDavid Wright
O Holy NightTom Merriman

SPEBSQSA's current International Gold Medalists, their ninth such title since their founding in 1972, The Vocal Majority have the numbers and the talent and aren't afraid to use them! On their brand new "Twelve Days ofChristmas" you may be taken aback to hear what the liner notes call"magnificent orchestral accompaniment" on the first two songs, "WinterWonderland"and "Do You Hear What I Hear."Beautiful, but it's almost likewhipped cream on frosting, because the VM hardly need violins, having already cornered the magnificence market. The proof is in the a cappella numbers, especially "Songs of Christmas Medley," a wonderful "Carol of theBells," "The Christmas Song," an incredible "Jingle Bells/Sleigh RideMedley," the title tune, "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," and a "Little Drummer Boy" to remember. Lush and rich as Christmas eggnog withrum and nutmeg, incredibly arranged, effortlessly, perfectly performed, what more could we ask? "Twelve Days" is a treasured gift to yourself or anyone you love at Christmas.

Item code: 5474C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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