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Mistletoe Strings - The Christmas Song & Other Holiday Melodies flac mp3
Mistletoe Strings
The Christmas Song & Other Holiday Melodies
Date of release:
September 9, 1996
FLAC vers. size:
1925 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1167 mb
WMA vers. size:
1358 mb
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Holiday for Strings", written by David Rose, is an instrumental composition best known for its use as the theme song for The Red Skelton Show for over 20 years and as the theme for the brazilian Game Show Pra Ganhar é Só Rodar aired by SBT. Written in 1942, this piece is still recognized today as a classic American composition. The pizzicato strings and soaring melodies give this composition its distinctive sound.

Christmas Song is Mannheim Steamroller's eighth Christmas album overall and the group's fifth Christmas studio album. It was released in 2007 on CD by American Gramaphone, and features twelve Christmas songs. It is notable that Steamroller co-founder Jackson Berkey doesn't appear on the album. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow" (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne) – 3:42. The Christmas Song" (vocal by Johnny Mathis) (Mel Tormé, Robert Wells) – 3:21.

Features Song Lyrics for 101 Strings Orchestra's Christmas Melodies album. 101 Strings Orchestra - Christmas Melodies Album. Artist: 101 Strings Orchestra. Send "101 Strings Orchestra" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Christmas Melodies. 0. 1. The First Noel.

Song of the Christmas Presents - Westminster Choir 19. Jingle Bells - The Madrigal Singers 20. Du Grønne Glitrende Tre - Fanny Elsten 2. Various Artists, The Christmas Album. Used drive : PBDS CD-ROM DH-48N1S Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No. Read offset correction : 6 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000 Gap handling : Appended to previous track.

Kacey's Christmas album only came out two months ago, but this peppy tune does what every good holiday song should do and gets stuck in your head immediately. 25. "O Holy Night," Mariah Carey. Yes, there are two Mariah Carey songs on this list, but that's because Mariah Carey excels at Christmas music. It's only a Christmas song in the sense that the lyrics are about snowflakes and there are jingle bells, but that's all you really need, right? 34. "This Gift," 98 Degrees. The gift is sex, right? 35. "Joy to the World," Earth, Wind & Fire. The most dance-inducing version of this song ever recorded. 36. Mistletoe, Justin Bieber. There are too many Bieber Christmas songs, said no one ever. 37. Bring Me Love, John Legend. TBH, John Legend’s entire Christmas album, A Legendary Christmas, should be on here.

A song doesn't have to mention the holiday clichés to put you in a festive mood. Sinead O’Connor recorded this Bob Dylan classic on the compilation album A Very Special Christmas 2. O’Connor’s lilting, soft voice does Dylan’s hope-finding, faith-building lyrics justice. Truly, this one is one you could (and should) listen to all year long: 7. Sister Winter. In Sufjan Stevens’ Songs for Christmas, holiday tunes are aplenty, and they’re not all traditional.

The Christmas Song by Nat King Cole. Mel Tormé was just 19 years old when he cowrote this hugely popular standard, which regularly takes the top slot among the most-played tunes of the season. Behold the indie Christmas song that spawned a thousand indie Christmas songs. Before Low’s Christmas album, the holidays were, like, not cool; this 1999 gem changed that by dint of being so bewitchingly beautiful. The California group applied its usual formula of upbeat melodies and precise vocal harmonizing to this easygoing Christmas tune.

Christmas music has been around for ages. It’s what separates late November and December from all the other months. Most people know the classics that have been around for decades, but modern artists are adding to the holiday music scene. Whether it’s a cool cover of an old hit or a brand new classic, today’s artists are making sure to continue the holiday spirit. Here’s a list of Christmas songs from the start of the decade that will put any scrooge in a festive mood. Mariah Carey is basically the queen of holiday hits, but there’s nothing wrong with adding a twist to a classic song. That’s exactly what Justin Bieber did when he released this song. It’s jumpier, faster, and-as the title states-super festive. 2. You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch by Jordan Smith. I live in Louisville, so I guess I’m somewhat biased towards Kentucky native, Jordan Smith.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Silent Night Franz Gruber / Joseph Mohr Mistletoe Strings 3:26
2 White Christmas Irving Berlin Mistletoe Strings 3:32
3 O Come All Ye Faithful Frederick Oakeley / John Francis Wade Mistletoe Strings 2:35
4 The First Noel William Sandys Mistletoe Strings 2:40
5 We Three Kings John Henry Hopkins, Jr. Mistletoe Strings 3:27
6 O Holy Night Adolphe Adam / John Sullivan Dwight Mistletoe Strings 3:43
7 Jingle Bells James Pierpont Mistletoe Strings 2:56
8 Holy and the Ivy Traditional Mistletoe Strings 2:05
9 Christmas Rose Traditional Mistletoe Strings 2:50
10 What Child Is This? William Chatterton Dix / Traditional Mistletoe Strings 2:54
11 Silver Bells Ray Evans / Jay Livingston Mistletoe Strings 3:34
12 The Christmas Song Mel Tormé / Robert Wells Mistletoe Strings 3:27


Adolphe Adam - Composer
Irving Berlin - Composer
William Chatterton Dix - Composer
John Sullivan Dwight - Composer
Ray Evans - Composer
Franz Gruber - Composer
John Henry Hopkins, Jr. - Composer
Jay Livingston - Composer
Mistletoe Strings - Performer, Primary Artist
Joseph Mohr - Composer
Frederick Oakeley - Composer
James Pierpont - Composer
William Sandys - Composer
Mel Tormé - Composer
Traditional - Composer
John Francis Wade - Composer
Robert Wells - Composer