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Album Review

Although they're not credited in the title, this album also features The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. It was a million-seller when first released in 1962. ~ David A. Milberg, Rovi

Customer Reviews

A slice of my childhood

There were just a few Christmas music staples in our home,and this was my dad's absolute favorite! When I was married and moved away, he taped it (remember cassette tapes?) so that I would be able to listen to it at Christmastime. Several of Dad's other favorites are no longer available, but are still on cassettes, waiting for me to digitally record them. This is one of them - but I am thrilled to be able to buy the digital files instead! Dad's favorite was "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" but mine is "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen." Buy this and enjoy! It will bring the Christmas spirit into your home!

Moving Arrangements

Just beautiful treatments of traditional Christmas music. Absolutely wonderful.

The Joy of Christmas

One of the all time great Christmas albums. I have had it on the original LP, on tape and on CD. But, for goodness sake, get the title right. It has always been, "The Glorious Sound of Christmas," not "The Joy of Christmas." Read the artwork!!!

Biography

Born: November 18, 1899 in Budapest, Hungary

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Over a period of four decades, from the 1940s until the beginning of the '80s, Eugene Ormandy was a mainstay of the classical music world. As music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra for more than 40 years, beginning in 1938, he was one of the most popular conductors in America, and his recordings with that orchestra on the Columbia Masterworks label consistently outsold by a wide margin the recordings of the admittedly superior New York Philharmonic under Dimitri Mitropoulos. Ormandy was a supremely...
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