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A Red Cardigan Christmas

Various Artists

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Customer Reviews

Celtic Carol

Love this song #1 because it's by the one and only LINDSEY STIRLING!!!!!
#2 it's only the most fun song to play on the violin #3 it's just plain good
-Lindsey's biggest fan

Aubree Frame

What an amazing voice this girl has!!! The pure unique quality of her voice leaves me begging for more!

Once cool Christmas album

This is a nice mix of a very fresh approach to a few standards along with some really cool original Christmas tunes. This album has a number of artists that I am not familiar with who are all just terrific. This is a very polished and fresh take on Christmas music that makes some of the standards sound as though I am hearing them for the first time. Love it!

Favorite tracks: The first 7 tracks are all pretty strong. Amy Whitcomb does an incredible version of Silent Night. Also, I find myself humming parts of North Pole during the day. Don't Close Your Eyes by Adrienne Fletcher is very moving, but a little long. Aubree Frame closes this out perfectly with a song I've never heard before.

Least Favorite: Blue Christmas is in a minor key that I don't prefer. But it does convey a sense of sadness that fits with the lyrics. Again, I've never heard this song done this way before.

A Red Cardigan Christmas
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Holiday, Music
  • Released: Nov 27, 2012

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