Ukrainian Monks sing Beautiful Christmas Carols

Ukrainian Monks sing Beautiful Christmas Carols

The second and third songs are sung in a more triumphant fashion, utilizing the full chorus singing in voice parts. Here the chorus really shines as these 14 monks fill the church with robust chords. The next one is a call and response that begins with exquisite two-part harmony, that is answered by the full chorus, singing with soft dynamics.

At around 12:30 in the video featured above, the monks begin a chant in full voice that stopped us in our tracks. The way their voices continue to grow and rise through the melody is breathtaking. The performance displays the intensity of the faith of each member of the choir and is bound to inspire all congregants present.

Language does not matter in the face of such transparent devotion. Every year we try to add a few more Christmas tunes to our collection, filling it with the best we can find while avoiding some of the less-desirable holiday tunes . The list is getting pretty full of […]

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Netflix’s The Knight before Christmas

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Silent Night sung in Irish

Silent Night sung in Irish

A beautiful Celtic version of Silent Night

Emer Barry and Affiniti   (Link to youtube channel)

Irish singers Emer Barry and Lynn Hilary met in college – two ‘small voiced’ sopranos training in classical voice and opera. While Emer pursued opera, Lynn embraced the more natural, Celtic style of singing and became a soloist with Celtic Woman. Emer remained in the Opera world for a time, studying with English National Opera and performing small roles in Ireland. However, Emer and Lynn reconnected through their love of creating Celtic and classical crossover music (Emer with Affiniti and Lynn with CaraNua) and decided to record something special together, a unique version of Silent Night, sung in Irish and fused with Brahms Lullaby.

Little Drummer Boy | By  Norwegian Science & Tech Students

Little Drummer Boy | By Norwegian Science & Tech Students

A beautiful version of a great Christmas Classic

Little Drummer Boy – By students at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway

Arrangement and musical management: Eva Holm Foosnæs
Camera/director: Terje Trobe

Original composition / lyrics: Katherine K. Davis, Henry V. Onorati og Harry Simeone
Produced and published with permission from Warner / Chappell Music Scandinavia

Singers from NTNU Department of Music

Magnus Fremstad
Sivert Jullumstrø
Thale Jørstad
Torunn Kroknes
Eline Kolstad
Trygve Misvær
Fredrick Skjeldal
Frida Skotte

Trondhjems Studentersangforening (TSS)

Percussion: Henriette Kolset

Strings from the NTNU Department of Music:
Björn Guo
Astri C. Hoffman
Anders Holmås
Anders H. Rove
Carl N. Wika

Innspilt i Olavskvartalet, NTNU Institutt for musikk med teknikere fra lydopptaksgruppa ved musikkteknologi:

Jakob Bechmann
David J. Brüggemann
Kristian B. Dalen
Fredrik Eliassen
Bendik S. Kvernevik
Magnus Mikalsen
Simon R. Sandvik

Innspillingsprodusent: Geir Døhlie Gjerdsjø

Produksjon, miks og master: Ambolt Audio v/Geir Døhlie Gjerdsjø, Jørgen Meyer og Audun Røstad

Kostymer: Anne Spets v/Opera Trøndelag

Produsent NTNU: Gunnar Kåre Hansen

NTNU Kommunikasjonsavdelingen 2016

“O Holy Night” (Official Music Video) | GENTRI

“O Holy Night” (Official Music Video) | GENTRI

Gentri   (Link to youtube channel)

Sheet Music Download for “O Holy Night”:
Social: @GENTRImusic

We live in a world where we are sometimes prone to judgement. Perception becomes our reality. In our haste, we can jump to false conclusions and opportunities to lift and lighten the loads of others are lost. As we allow the light of Christ to work miracles within our own heart, we then are empowered to work wonders in the lives of others. May His perfect example of love and compassion for all guide us in our own charity towards those around us this Christmas season and always. Please help us #LIGHTtheWORLD by tagging and sharing this video with those you love.

A special thanks to the YWCA of Salt Lake City and our wonderful fans and fellow actors who helped us portray this message of hope and healing.

Directed by
Alan Seawright

Produced by
Telekinesis Entertainment