4 Songs, 14 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5

10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Simply wonderful!


The boys and Robert Prizeman have done it again, this EP is phenomonal! Leave it to Libera to take traditional songs and bring them up to a whole new level, I'm hearing a depth that is awe inspiring. And Isaac London has taken the new song Santa Will Find You and made it his; I'd love to say that his talent is unmatched, but, knowing this group from being a decades long fan, I know that there are several young men in the group that could perform this song extremely well. If you only buy one holiday album this year, this one will definitely fit the bill.


Kevin Michael Peter Murawski

Isaac's voice continues to evolve!! WOW!! Is that Kav Crossley I can hear on Angels We Heard?! I think I recognize his voice still. I know he was on this tour. New, slight variations on songs are lovely! Brilliant work again Mr. Prizeman! Again, Knighthood for Prizeman! Please Your Majesty! Kindly!

What a song


Santa Will find you is a heart warming song and is performed heavenly
5 stars

About Libera

Libera is a boys vocal group organized by music director Robert Prizeman, drawn from schools in South London. Since the age range of the members is seven to 14, the personnel changes over time. The group has performed background vocals for such international stars as Björk, Elton John, and Luciano Pavarotti, and been heard on the soundtracks to such films as Hannibal and Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. In addition, it has performed on television and on stage in the U.K. and North America, and its music regularly charts in Asia. Its first album, Libera, was released on Erato in October 1999 (February 2000 in the U.S.) and reached number five in the Billboard classical chart. Luminosa followed on Elektra/Asylum in September 2001 (October 2001 in the U.S.) and reached number ten. The group signed to EMI Classics, which issued their third album, Free, in October 2004. Visions followed in November 2005. Angel Voices, a compilation released in October 2006, reached number six. Angel Voices: Libera in Concert was issued both as an audio album and as a home video in October 2007. Libera's fifth studio album, New Dawn, appeared in March 2008 (September 2008 in the U.S.), and its holiday offering, The Christmas Album, appeared in 2012. ~ William Ruhlmann



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