Classic Christmas Songs: Mormon Tabernacle Choir — Carol Of The Bells
Mormon Tabernacle Choir — Carol Of The Bells
My name is Tiago and I’m from Brazil, I’m return missionarie.And I edited all these videos.’Cos I love EFY Music, and I didn’t find nothing official on youtube, so I decided to be the first, to spread this special kind music.Using mormons videos and EFY songs.I hope you all like it.Remembering that I didn’t own the copyright of these videos and songs.I did it just to share the gospel.
Hey, Meu nome é Tiago eu sou brasileiro e sou eu quem edita todos esses videos.Para compartilhar o evangelho, sem fins lucrativos
America’s Choir meets with Broadways last leading man in a clip from Ring Christmas Bells. Brian Stokes Mitchell sings with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Buy the it CD or DVD: http://bit.ly/eKZYE
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David Archuleta and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir present a Christmas special of Music and the Spoken Word, «A Wondrous Christmas, » featuring the Orchestra at Temple Square and Bells on Temple Square.
1. Processional: A Christmas Roundelay
2. Joy to the World
3. Gesu Bambino
4. Ring Out Ye Crystal Spheres, from Hodie
5. The Cat and the Mouse Carol
6. Angels, from the Realms of Glory
Episode 4240. Aired December 19, 2010
Julie Andrews — The Sound of Christmas 1987 Special.
This is probably the better Christmas special I’ve ever seen! Julie Andrews, Placido Domingo, and John Denver were at their very best.
Carol of the Bells performed by combined high school choirs.
Each choir performed their own set, then combined for this number. The empty seats are where the choirs sat while they were not performing.
America’s Choir meets with Broadways last leading man in a clip from Ring Christmas Bells. Brian Stokes Mitchell sings with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Buy the it CD or DVD: bit.ly/ring_christmas_bells_cd
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«I love these two carols (Carol of the Bells/God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen) — they were made for each other — they both capture the excitement of the Christmas Season. I have three children that just get giddy during December — excited each morning as they get closer and closer to Christmas Day. That excitement is so contagious. I love it. It’s the kind of energy and eagerness that keeps you up at night. I wanted to capture that joy and anticipation in this arrangement.
People have told me that this reminds them of the Pirates of the Caribbean. Maybe one year the Pirates franchise will make a Christmas special and THIS could be the theme song! Instead of Carol of the Bells it could be titled ’Jack Sparrow of the Bells.’ =)» -Steven Sharp Nelson
Carol of the Bells attributed to Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen: Traditional English Carol
Arrangement written and produced by Steven Sharp Nelson & Al van der Beek
Recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios
Featured on the album «Christmas Cello» Video Producer Paul Anderson
Cinematographer/Editor Tel Stewart
For my fellow music geeks =) my favorite part of writing this arrangement is the obligatory hemiola due to the meter difference between the two songs — one is 3/4 and the other 4/4. I hope you like the way they collide. My second favorite part is the intense canon at the end that creates a cluster-chord feel and dissonant coda finally resolving with the main theme of BOTH tunes.
Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah
Little Cottonwood Canyon (Utah)
Big Cottonwood Canyon (Utah)
Ice Rink at the Gallivan Center (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Special thanks to the Security guard at the Gallivan Center for not kicking us off location. And to the random guy(W.D. Johnson), who came along and offered his snow shoe so the cello wouldn’t sink into the snow.