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Sing, Choirs of Angels!

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

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This album is the pinnacle of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's Christmas Music. Jessop and Wilberg were a duo extraordinaire, and this set is testament to that fact. Everything is here: power, tradition, sensitivity, pure love. It really doesn't come better than this for the holidays.

MAGNIFICENT

This album contains some of my favorite Christmas recordings of all time, of all artists. The 1st track, "I Saw Three Ships" is upbeat and a gorgeous powerhouse with beautiful bells. The 4th track, "Still, Still, Still" is so hauntingly beautiful it brings tears to my eyes. No other recording I have every heard of this hymn comes anywhere near the richness of this. The 5th track, "The Virgin Mary Had A Baby Boy", is a really fun tune with Carribean steel drums. Track 11 is a much better version of this contemporary classic than Neil Diamond could deliver. All the songs on this album are fantastic. Buy it!

Great!

Awwww...it is Christmas each time I listen to this album... :)

Biography

Formed: August 22, 1847 in Salt Lake City, UT

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '/0s, '00s, '10s, '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir made their public debut on August 22, 1847, just 29 days after Brigham Young and his 147 followers first settled in the Salt Lake Valley. John Parry was named the choir's first official conductor in 1849, and two years later, construction was completed on the first Tabernacle church, followed in 1867 by the dome-roofed Tabernacle facility which still exists. The 150-member choir assembled for the facility's October 6th opening was at that time the largest in the U.S.,...
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