December 16

It Came Upon The Midnight Clear and Other Carols (Review)

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midnightclear  We listen to classical music while we do school work and while we really enjoy Christmas music many times it's chaotic. We received It Came Upon the Midnight Clear and Other Carols to review and we really enjoyed it.

The music is perfect for the Holiday season. ‘It Came Upon the Midnight Clear and other carols' is the second volume in the series and features beautiful versions of well known pieces of festive music such as Jingle Bells,Good King Wenceslas,O Holy Night and Hark the Herald Angels Sing, as well as some lesser known carols from various countries.

It sounds so beautiful and we will be listening to this more than just Christmas time.

 


Video is Jingle Bells performed by the Manor House String Quartet, arranged by violinist Vaughan Jones. Violins: Vaughan Jones and Louise Bevan, Viola: Adrian Smith, Cello: Julia Graham.
This carol is part of the quartet's 2011 Christmas album ‘ It Came Upon The Midnight Clear and other carols' which is available from CD baby, itunes or directly from the quartet at their website.
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