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James Galway's Christmas Carol
     

James Galway's Christmas Carol

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by James Galway
 
James Galway's Christmas Carol is a richly varied collection of traditional, classical, and Irish carols, all delivered with grace and style. Although Galway never takes risks, it's for the best, because this music sounds best when it's delivered straight. That's the case here -- there may be no surprises on Christmas Carol, but it delivers exactly what

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James Galway's Christmas Carol is a richly varied collection of traditional, classical, and Irish carols, all delivered with grace and style. Although Galway never takes risks, it's for the best, because this music sounds best when it's delivered straight. That's the case here -- there may be no surprises on Christmas Carol, but it delivers exactly what his fans want from a Galway holiday album.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/16/1992
Label:
Rca
UPC:
0090266123322
catalogNumber:
61233
Rank:
55204

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

James Galway   Primary Artist,Flute,Conductor,Track Performer
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
John Birch   Organ
Barry Griffiths   Leader
John Poole   Conductor
Barry Rose   Conductor
BBC Singers   Performing Ensemble
Canterbury Children's Choir   Ensemble

Technical Credits

Franz Schubert   Composer
James Galway   Arranger
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra   Contributor
Franz Gruber   Composer
John Poole   Director
Barry Rose   Director
Jay David Saks   Producer
Michael Emmerson   Executive Producer
Joseph Mohr   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Vic Fair   Illustrations
Mike Ross   Engineer

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James Galway's Christmas Carol 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Lubbie1 More than 1 year ago
Was not happy with this at all - very little flute heard; lost in orchestrations and choir. Adore Fantasia because it's mainly Mr. Galway, which is what I bought this for. Disappointing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago