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All Music Guide - Thom Granger
This adventurous seasonal experiment incorporated neo-classical textures with full orchestration, a boys choir, and Smith's less than classically trained vocals.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Granger
This adventurous seasonal experiment incorporated neo-classical textures with full orchestration, a boys choir, and Smith's less than classically trained vocals.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/14/1993
  • Label: Reunion
  • UPC: 012414920829
  • Catalog Number: 49208
  • Sales rank: 326,447

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael W. Smith Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Percussion, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals
Amy Grant Vocals
Ronn Huff Conductor, Performing Ensemble
Beverly Darnall Background Vocals
Carl Gorodetzky Concert Master
Richard Lee Vocals
Paul Leim Drums
Bryan Lenox Percussion
James Litton Conductor
Ellen Musick Background Vocals
The Nashville String Machine Group
Leah Taylor Background Vocals
Nathan Wadley Vocals, Group Member
Scott Couper Vocals, Group Member
Mary Bates Background Vocals
Charles Evans Group Member
Mitch Beeler Group Member
Evan Burris Group Member
Aaron Cassidy Group Member
Benjamin Eley Group Member
Christopher Korenjak Group Member
David Listenberger Group Member
Technical Credits
Michael W. Smith Arranger, Composer, Producer
Fred Bock Director, Music Direction
Ronn Huff Arranger, Producer, Orchestral Arrangements, Choir Arrangement
Franz Gruber Composer
Brent King Engineer
Scott MacMinn Engineer
Bill Whittington Engineer
Buddy Jackson Artwork, Art Direction, Illustrations, Cover Illustration
Michael Blanton Producer, Executive Producer
Danny Garcia Engineer
D.L. Rhodes Cover Coordinator
Terry Hemmings Producer, Executive Producer
Ron Lewter Mastering
Frederick Oakeley translation
Joseph Mohr Composer
Charles Evans Contributor
Mitch Beeler Contributor
Evan Burris Contributor
Benjamin Eley Contributor
Christopher Korenjak Contributor
David Listenberger Contributor
Cathedral Choir Contributor
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Splendid Music, Great Instrumentation, Short on length

    I bought this cd primarily for the hauntingly beautiful "All is Well." I was pleasantly surprised by the rich orchestrations that are used alone, as lead-in to the vocals and as codas to the vocals. They are dramatic and often played on my emotions with some very soft passages and loud crescendos. I really liked the "All is Well" and would like to know whether the solo was Michael himself at the age of ten or so. The other works are creative and positively splendid. My only criticism would be that the cd is rather short (might have it been at one time an LP?).

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