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Christmas at the Brooklyn Tabernacle
     

Christmas at the Brooklyn Tabernacle

by The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
 
Though they're not nearly as well-known as their Utah-based brethren, the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir gives those Mormons a run for their money with their first holiday-themed recording. This is a powerfully orchestrated set of new and traditional Christmas tunes, with the choir's impeccably arranged, harmonized vocals backed by a full orchestra. The end result is an at

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Though they're not nearly as well-known as their Utah-based brethren, the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir gives those Mormons a run for their money with their first holiday-themed recording. This is a powerfully orchestrated set of new and traditional Christmas tunes, with the choir's impeccably arranged, harmonized vocals backed by a full orchestra. The end result is an at times moving, inspirational Christmas album that will probably appeal most strongly to the devoutly religious.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/10/1995
Label:
Word Entertainment
UPC:
0093624600428
catalogNumber:
46004

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Performance Credits

Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir   Primary Artist
Eric Darken   Percussion
Mark Baldwin   Guitar
Michael Archibald   Drums
Jeff Bailey   Horn
Mark Douthit   Horn
Robert Green   Horn
Jim Hammerly   Keyboards
Michael Haynes   Horn
Chris McDonald   Horn
Joey Vasquez   Bass
Oliver Wells   Keyboards
Jonathan Woodby   Hammond Organ

Technical Credits

Wintley Phipps   Contributor
Charles Allen   Contributor
Carol Cymbala   Arranger,Producer
Neal Joseph   Producer
Brent King   Engineer
London Studio Symphony Orchestra   Contributor
Susan Cymbala   Contributor
Karen Melendez   Contributor
Ester Colon   Contributor
John Mason Neale   Composer
Traditional   Composer

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